Dictabulus Showcases Clever Use of Speech to Text Through iPhone 4S Siri

Wiesbaden, Germany – iOS developer Spielhaus today is pleased to introduce Dictabulus: Speech -> Text -> Mac. The iPhone 4S only app showcases a clever use of Siri to transfer spoken text to the frontmost window on a Mac via WiFi.

With the latest iPhone 4S Apple pioneered another underused area of today’s smartphones. Siri – the automated assistant understands spoken language and can accomplish various tasks ranging from writing emails to scheduling reminders. It does so by analyzing speech and transforming it into text. Dictabulus from Spielhaus forwards the text returned by Siri and sends it to the mac creating a fast and simple dictate tool.

Users only need to run a free helper tool on their Mac. The helper tool waits for the Dictabulus app to connect, then forwards the text returned from Siri and pastes it into the frontmost window on the Mac. This happens instantly and facilitates a very easy way to dictate emails and create any kind of texts.

Highlights:
* Available in all languages supported by Siri
* Small memory footprint and easy to use
* Instant transfer of text returned by Siri
* Works with any Mac app that accepts text input (Mail, Pages, Textmate…)

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 4S
* Mac OS X
* Wifi connection between iPhone and Mac

Pricing and Availability:
Dictabulus 1.0 is available for $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.

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Spielhaus has been founded in 2009 by Chi Trung Tran and Sorin Stefan Nicolin. Both studied computer science at the University for applied sciences in Wiesbaden, Germany until 2009. Following the motto "Fun follows you" Spielhaus aims at developping games and tools for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad that people love because they excel on core functionality and simplicity. Copyright 2009-2011 Spielhaus. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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