September 22, 2009

MyVocal Releases The First Speech-Controlled Mobile Content Service Powered by I6NET’s VXI* VoiceXML Browser

September 22, 2009, San Diego, California US – MyVocal, a developer of the innovative mobile services and applications, announced today the release of the first speech-controlled mobile content service for commuters. MyVocal brings various spoken audio content to millions of mobile users worldwide. It provides access to podcasts, audio books and magazines, streaming radio, and various interactive services through any phone. Using i6NET’s technology, MyVocal users can now control the service with simple spoken commands, making MyVocal a robust on-demand mobile radio available anytime, anywhere. “MyVocal is a simple application that can change your life – it helps you listen to any of your content instead of reading it. The beauty is that you can listen to your content while commuting using just your cellphone – even a very basic one,” said Alex Patsko, CEO & co-Founder of MyVocal. “We believe […]
December 8, 2008

MyVocal – Listen Up!

Spain, France – December 8th 2008. Today, we want to talk about – a personalized mobile service for commuters. MyVocal allows immediate listening to any spoken word audio content (podcasts, travel guides, audio-books, user-generated content, any text converted into speech, etc.) by simply dialing the local phone number. MyVocal is featured with mobile and web portals helping in finding the content, managing playlist and favorites, adding new content to the library, sharing content with friends on Facebook and Twitter, etc. By definition, MyVocal service works on any phone – audio is played on the voice portal powered by I6NET VoiceXML browser, so it works even on a fixed-line phone or VOIP provider (like Skype). All audio episodes on MyVocal are tagged with unique numeric IDs – users fetch these audio-articles by typing their DTMF codes. When user explores content […]