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May 31st, 2011
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On May 19, iSpeech attended the iEvening New Jersey conference at NJIT, attended by over 160 startup founders, numerous investors and Newark mayor Cory Booker. Five of the startups, including iSpeech, were pre-selected to present to a panel of 4 investors as part of the competition.

CEO Heath Ahrens did the pitch and the panel selected iSpeech as the winner! The prize is an invitation to the Private Equity Forum in New York, sometime in June. iSpeech was chosen for its high-quality speech technology and innovative business model utilizing a proprietary ad platform.

For additional information, please visit this article.

October 24th, 2010
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The mesnyp_logo_230x32sage is certainly spreading and as our latest version hits mobile devices everywhere the New York Post took notice. After the test run here's what Tech Corner writer Hilary Lewis had to say about our app:
"Thanks to, you can get all of your text messages and e-mails while you're on the road without ever touching your smart phone and running afoul of the law. " >>Full Story

July 17th, 2010
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It’s said that between the time of July 4th and Labor Day, there are more fatal driving accidents than any other time of the year.  It’s important for all drivers, especially teens, to try to stay safer on the road.  Tampa news discusses online safety campaigns against texting while driving.  There are “Don’t Tweet and Drive” sites that are trying to encourage safer driving along with other solutions.  iSpeech CEO, Heath Ahrens, discusses as another effort to help keep drivers safer on the road.  For those of you with BlackBerry and Android devices, take a closer look as you will be helping yourself and others on the road stay safer by not looking at your phone to read texts and email messages.  Check out the video below to learn more!

July 5th, 2010
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Today, thanks to all of our voters and loyal users, was nominated as a finalist for the Gettie’s Best Android App.  We want to thank everyone for their support and hope to win the overall category and the grand prize at the awards ceremony July 12. We’ll keep you posted from Mobile Beat next in San Francisco.

June 23rd, 2010
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Speech Synthesis
Caller ID Reader Speaks Callers' Names Aloud

Caller ID Reader Speaks Callers' Names

iSpeech’s Caller ID Reader™ lets you listen to the names of your incoming callers without having to look at your smartphone. Similar to™, Caller ID Reader™ helps drivers stay connected on the road in a safer way. Combating distracted driving is an important issue and this application gives drivers one less reason to look at their phone while in their car. Caller ID Reader™ works with most Bluetooth’s It’s compatible with Android and BlackBerry devices You can try it out for free or upgrade to our Pro version through our website.  You can also try it out through BlackBerry App World or Android Market.

March 29th, 2010
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 By eTrucker Staff
Washington became the latest state to enact a law banning texting or cell phone use without a headset while driving.
On March 26 Gov. Chris Gregoire signed into law a bill that makes it a primary offense to be caught holding a cell phone to your ear while driving, or to be reading, writing or sending text messages. The new law strengthens the state's current law that makes texting or cell phone use a secondary offense if the driver was stopped for another infraction, such as speeding. Beginning on June 10, police can pull over a driver for texting or talking without a headset and give them a $124 ticket. Dialing a cell phone isn’t considered texting under the new law. Exempt are transit and emergency vehicle personnel, as well as anyone who is text messaging or calling and not using a headset to report illegal activity or call emergency help. Also exempt are people who are using a hearing aid or operating a tow truck. Washington becomes one of seven states and the District of Columbia in making texting and talking without a headset a primary offense, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. Text messaging is banned for all drivers in 20 states and D.C., according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

March 15th, 2010
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logo The International CTIA WIRELESS® show is the premier wireless event representing a $1 trillion global marketplace that brings together the wireless and converged communications, wireless broadband, mobile web computing and data industries. International CTIA WIRELESS is where the wireless world meets each year for three days of intense business, learning and networking. For those three days you can find iSpeech and at the Safe Driving Pavilion! Make sure you drop by our booth #5969 in the North Hall. Have a word with some of our iSpeech team members, schedule a demo or even an interview with the CEO. Throughout the day we'll be giving out free Pro Codes and maybe even a few other goodies. Be sure to stop by so you don't miss out.

February 1st, 2010
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While we all eagerly anticipate the release of 2.0 something else has been stirring up behind the scenes at iSpeech. What is it? I could tell you but wouldn't that ruin the surprise? All I can say is that there's quite a lot of buzz stirring up inside the development house about another breakthrough app harnessing the power of iSpeech. More details on it and 2.0 soon!

January 29th, 2010
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Everyday the iSpeech team strives to improve the quality and functionality of As we add new features and upgrade our products to be more compatible with other software/devices things can sometimes go wrong. We strongly believe in giving our community the best support possible and have established a number of channels through which to provide it. However, one of the greatest tools is the FAQ right on our home page. Almost 95% of problems encountered are resolved with the use of our handy guides and how-tos, so make sure you give 'em a go before looking elsewhere!

January 17th, 2010
As the buzz continues has been spotted all over the web. Recently we've appeared on Lifehacker and a number of videos have been popping up on Youtube! Check out the post and keep up with us as some new an exciting updates are coming very soon!

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