iSpeech Launches Free Mobile SDK To Bring Speech Recognition To iOS, Android Apps

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iSpeech, the developers behind speech recognition app for text messages DriveSafe.ly, is bringing its text to speech technology to iOS, Android and BlackBerry Apps with the launch of a new SDK.

The new self-service platform allows developers to integrate text to speech and speech recognition into their own apps. And the service is free to all mobile developers with support for iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices.

The iSpeech SDKs and APIs provide over 40 text to speech voices with support for more than 25 languages. Premium services are also available, including celebrity and custom text to speech voices, as well as the ability for developers to increase speech recognition performance specific to their use case.

Already, iSpeech has been opening its API to certain partners, including TeleNav, Car and Driver, DailyHoroscope, and more. iSpeech says that to date, 1 billion text to speech and speech recognition conversions made.