VoxSciences’ VoxSci™ Application Means Voicemail is Now More Integrated with Your iPhone

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The latest release, version 1.1, incorporates calendar and dialler integration

VoxSciences (http://www.voxsci.com) providers of the UK’s first and only free voicemail-to-text application, VoxSci™ has today launched a new version of their application. Along with providing a free and innovative way of accessing and managing voicemails, users can now benefit from having their voicemail closer integrated with other native iPhone functions.

This release of version 1.1 of VoxSci™ allows users to add dates from within their transcribed voicemails direct to their calendar of choice, by simply clicking the date. The app goes further; if for example a voicemail is left saying ‘see you Monday at 8’ the user can simply tap this highlighted text and a calendar note will be added for Monday at 8, eliminating the need to manually input events from your voicemail to your calendar.

Alongside the calendar integration, VoxSci™ enables users to call and store numbers within their voicemail transcriptions by tapping the screen. This development works in the same way as the calendar integration feature by highlighting numbers in a user’s voicemail transcription so by simply tapping the number it can be added to your contacts or called directly from the app.

Ken Blackman, CEO and co-founder said, “One of my many frustrations with traditional voicemail solutions has been the lack of integration with other Smartphone functions I use regulary. Here at VoxSciences, we want to evolve people’s use of voicemail and one of the ways of doing this, in addition to our free voicemail-to-text transcription, is to better integrate the solution. Version 1.1 of our iPhone app, with calendar and dialler integration, is the first step in that process.”

Ken Blackman, continued: “We’ve had some very encouraging feedback on our recent direct-to-consumer launch and are planning to support more devices in the near future. Watch this space.”

How does VoxSci™ work?
VoxSci™ is a free iPhone application, which allows users to read and therefore, search, their voicemails. VoxSci™ is available to download now from the App Store. The service is activated during the registration process, which only takes a minute, replacing the user’s normal mobile operator voicemail. From this point, VoxSci™ will answer all incoming calls if the user is not available to answer their phone.

Once a message is left, VoxSci™ then automatically pushes the audio message and text transcription directly to the mobile App and to the user’s registered email address should they wish. This means the voice message can be read or played within the mobile App, via email as text or via an mp3 attachment.

VoxSci™ is simple to install and works with a user’s existing mobile phone number and operator, meaning there is no requirement to change numbers.

For further information regarding VoxSciences and its products, visit http://www.voxsci.com

About VoxScienes

Formed in 2008, VoxSciences is a voice recognition technology solutions company offering Voice-to-Text services to both B2B and B2C audiences. VoxSciences is continually developing a portfolio of solutions that utilise voice recognition technology, providing users with convenient unified communications management services.

VoxSciences combine extensive industry expertise with successful B2B technology deployments to offer a quick and easy way to manage voice communications. VoxSciences technology is continually developed to meet the increasing consumer demand for mobile efficiency.

Ken Blackman and Tushar Joshi founded the organisation following the successful sale of Puma Unified Communications Ltd. to J2, a NASDAQ listed company, based in Hollywood.

For more information visit:
App store: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/voxsci/id512426510?mt=8
Website: http://www.voxsci.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/voxsciences

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