New App Lets Voices Be Heard on Facebook and Twitter
ShoutOmatic, a Facebook, Twitter, and iPhone app, allows users to record and broadcast status updates, wall posts, and tweets.
ShoutOmatic allows users to record and post audible status updates (shouts) so their voices can be heard in their Twitter and Facebook feeds, adding authenticity, emotion, and tonality. Susers call in their shouts by dialing 717-SHOUT-12.S houts can be personalized and sent to a specific friend's Twitter or Facebook account, Direct Message Shouts (DMS), uploaded with a photo or even made into a ring tone.
ShoutOmatic also offers celebrities the opportunity to sell personalized shouts as a means of providing new revenue or raising funds for charity, as well as to advertise on Shoutomatic.com, potentially doubling and tripling their views on Facebook and Twitter. Celebrities who already use ShoutOmatic include, Kristin Cavallari, Gretchen Rossi, Kim Zolciak, Andy Dick, DMC (from RUN DMC), Bo Bice ("American Idol"), Clayton Morris from "Fox & Friends," NASCAR's Jeff Gordon, and the cast of "Mob Wives."
"We built a very powerful, game-changing technology that allows you to post text, voice, photo, and location, all from one application, to all of your social networks," said Norm Levy, founder of ShoutOmatic. "Our goal was to bring authenticity to social networking, and we have succeeded. Celebrities are using ShoutOmatic as the fastest and most clever way to get verified. Fans hearing their actual voice in Twitter and Facebook does the trick."