Vlingo’s SuperDialer Provides One-Click Calling for an Infinite Address Book (Win A Free Copy!)
Vlingo Corporation has announced the release of a new feature for thei voice dialer application widget. Called SuperDialer, it lets users access an infinite phone book of contacts, businesses, and more. It’s as simple as tapping the home screen widget and tell the phone what to do. For example, you might want to call a local restaurants to make reservations for dinner. Press the Tap & Speak widget and say, “Call Applebee’s in Akron, Ohio“. That’s it!
“Consumers who have experienced the convenience and safety of Vlingo have asked for more ways to use it on the go,” said Dave Grannan, president & CEO at Vlingo. “Adding SuperDialer was a natural progression to the product. With Vlingo, people no longer need to use a phone book, call 411 or search the web just to call a business. Instead you can just say what you want to do and we turn your words into actions.”
Beyond the new SuperDialer, Vlingo for Android also provides the ability to:
- Send text and email messages
- Search the web using Google or Yahoo!
- Update Twitter status
- Open built-in and 3rd party applications
- Speak into any application with the Vlingo Everywhere voice keyboard
- SafeReader – hear incoming text & email messages while you drive
Vlingo is available for $9.99 in the Android Market and works on devices running 2.0 or higher!
We’re Giving Away 20 Copies of Vlingo!
So you’re probably wondering how you can win a copy of Vlingo for yourself. Oh, that’s really easy. There are twenty total copies being given away. We’ll pick our winners on Sunday July 18th. Here’s how you can win!
- Ten winners will be randomly selected from our email entries – Email us at contest @ androidguys.com with your full name and email address.
- Five winners will be randomly selected from our twitter followers – tweet @AndroidGuys with “I want a free copy of Vlingo!”
- Five winners will be randomly selected from our Facebook friends – Reply to the Facebook post found here.
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