BlueAnt Releases App for Q1 Headset
BlueAnt released their BlueAnt Q1 Android application yesterday which pushes Bluetooth capability another step forward. Using the free app, it’s possible to have your text messages read aloud directly into your Q1 headset as they are received. While the headset already provides the ability to make phone calls and use voice commands, this first of its kind app further improves the hands-free experience of the Q1.
This BlueAnt Q1 Android application revolutionizes the mobile phone and headset relationship providing seamless integration between both devices. Now Q1 users will be able to hear text messages received on their Android mobile phone, further enhancing the truly hands-free experience BlueAnt is known for. – Taisen Maddern, Executive Chairman of BlueAnt Wireless.
You can find the app in the Android Market for by scanning/clicking the barcode to the right. Be advised that this only works for Android 2.0 and above. If you’d like to pick up a Q1 headset for yourself, we recommend grabbing one out of the AndroidGuys store!
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