Kiev, Ukraine (PRWEB) October 14, 2008
Developers from Ukraine had a dream of creating a voice-enabled search engine. But facing a huge amount of work they decided to start with an Internet Explorer toolbar which allows searching Google™ using a speech.
VoiceSearchBar.com was released on 11th of October. On the website it is possible to download free toolbar for Internet Explorer browser which enables speech recognition for the Google™ Search Engine. This is the first program which allows users to search the web using a voice.
Program will be installed as add-on for Internet Explorer (versions for other browsers were not developed yet) . When the program is installed users will be able to enter a search phrase using their voice. After saying the voice command "search!" or clicking on the Search button they will be redirected to http://www.voicesearchbar.com website where they will see search results from Google™ search engine.
Authors of the program recommend launching the training mode to enhance the quality of speech recognition . After 3-4 launches of a training mode program recognizes speech pretty good.
Funny that the program is dedicated to Bill Gates and his belief in speech recognition. During many years he was one of the biggest supporters of a speech recognition. VoiceSearchBar.com uses free Microsoft® speech recognition component. This makes toolbar absolutely free for all users.
Developers of the VoiceSearchBar promised to improve a voice recognition and add some new important features in future.
Free VoiceSearchBar toolbar is available for download at: http://www.voicesearchbar.com