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SayIt Personal Assistant for BlackBerry 10 Updated to v2.0


Over the weekend the developers of the voice controlled personal assistant SayIt released v2.0 of their app for BlackBerry 10. This new update gives them Built for BlackBerry certification so BlackBerry is giving them their stamp of approval. The new version adds some nice tweaks and improvements including:

  • UK English Voice Recognition supported
  • Ability to turn On/Off the output voice
  • Ability to turn On/Off the trigger voice
  • US Male, US Female, UK Male, UK Female voice options
  • Realtime Translator with 65 supported languages
  • UI improvements
  • Voice Search (17 languages suppoted)
  • Resolve map issues
  • Voice Search (17 languages supported): Perform Google search, Wikipedia search, YouTube search, Amazon search, Ebay search, Wolfram Alpha search, IMDB search, SoundCloud search, Vimeo search, Yelp search, and Flickr search

Check out SayIt v2.0 in BlackBerry World for $3.99

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  1. This App is totally a failure and don’t buy it. I will rather use the native BlackBerry voice app. These are some of the issues :
    – it recognized my location as Calgary but the nearest hospital is in Chicago
    – Map is useless, just the green dots and can’t see the streets.
    – I ask for the local weather but it giving some weather in Africa

    The native app works so well. Don’t buy it

  2. Fantastic upgrade.
    Map is fixed and I love the Realtime translation as well as the voice search.
    The weather and time widget are more beautiful now.
    Also, the accuracy of the app is getting better and better.

  3. This app is amazing and worth the money.
    I’d like BlackBerry to allow the app run natively on the core OS with the side button

  4. The last 2 comments are misleading and this app is not accurate.

  5. This app is great. Hope that BlackBerry buy it and integrate it to the core OS

  6. This app keeps getting better and better. Love the multi lingual capabilities, this is what Blackberry should have had as the native voice app – the verbal equivilant of the stock keyboard.

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