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VoiceAssist Is Now Available for the iPhone

The app lets users connect their iPhones to interact hands-free in the car.
Posted Jan 8, 2013
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Voice Assist, a provider of mobile speech and handsfree solutions, announced today the availability of its Voice Assist App for iPhone.

Voice Assist for iPhone is a safe driving application that lets drivers use voice commands to call, email, text and post to social networks like Twitter and Facebook with no typing required.

Designed for the driver who wants to be productive in the car, the Voice Assist App lets the subscriber tap once to form a continuous voice connection and then interact completely by voice without having to look at or touch the phone. This ensures focus on the road and surrounding driving conditions not on the phone.

"The real advantage of Voice Assist is our continuous voice connection that lets drivers multi-task with voice commands while driving with both hands on the wheel" said Michael Metcalf, CEO of Voice Assist, in a statement. "Clients just download the app, sync their contacts to the cloud and install the VA button on their home screens. The rest is all talk."

New customers who subscribe through the app can use Voice Assist for free up to 25 minutes per month; subject to some advertisements. Subscribers can remove advertisements and use additional minutes by upgrading their subscriptions.

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