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New iPhone App Dictates Your Voice To Text Messages So You Can Continue Texting While Driving

ShoutOut Your Texts With a New iPhone App

You know that pesky hands-free law we were all stressed about last year in California? Well in 2009, the law has been cracking down on more than just phone calls. Text messaging while driving is a big no-no, so what is a girl to do when she just has to send a text from behind the wheel? Now there's an app for your iPhone that will help you do just that without being thrown in the slammer. Called ShoutOut, this app dictates your speech to a text message, then sends it along to your chosen recipient. Although I wish I could tell you that this useful app is free, it isn't.

ShoutOut costs only $1 to buy, but then charges you "voice credits" per dictated text. Prices aren't that bad though, with 50 voice-to-text messages costing $2, and 250 voice texts setting you back $5.

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aistea311 aistea311 6 years
Thanks but no thanks.
Akasha Akasha 6 years
I would use it if it worked well, but I found a bunch of those talk to type apps don't work well enough to warrant paying for using the service especially if it's per usage. I asked for Gmail on the Bing for iPhone the other day and got shemale with pictures and all. Thank god I'm not a kid that would have been interesting for a parent to explain.
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