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Voice on the Go brings “email by voice” to the G1

November 20, 2008 | by Robert Nelson

Android, Android Apps

Voice on the Go brings “email by voice” to the G1

Voice on the Go has recently announced support for Android. This means that G1 users will now be able to have “email by voice” which will allow them to listen to, reply, compose, forward and delete their email with simple voice commands.

Voice on the Go is easily used and does not require the end-user to have to go through any voice training. As for use, simple voice commands like “listen” will allow you to listen to your email. Once listened to, you can even “reply”, and after you dictate the message a simple “send email” command will get it delivered. Other commands such as “next email” and “delete email” will allow you to navigate through and manage your inbox. You can even forward an existing email, or choose to begin a new email.

The Voice on the Go service is subscription based and costs $5.99 a month, users can sign up over at Handango.

[MorningPaper]