Speech-to-Text Activation Key – Nuance Voice Recognition in iOS 5 Beta 5
Screenshot: Nuance Voice Recognition in iOS 5 Beta 5 – Speech-to-Text activation key found in iOS 5 beta 5 hidden keyboard . Here in this post, we are showing how Nuance Voice Recognition will be implemented in iOS 5, this screenshot was obtained by a reliable source, and psoted by 9to5Mac.
Looking at the screenshot, it couldn’t be much simpler. On the keyboard is a microphone icon, click on that and a second screen appears. This allows you to talk into the phone; the voice is then translated to written text and inserted into the text field.
According to the source, this Speech-to-text will only be available for the iPhone, and iPod Touch and in a beta version. This Nuance Voice Recognition will be a killer feature in the upcoming iOS 5, that will be launched this Fall, means in September 2011 with iPhone 5 . Similar to the Magic Word, this is the way to talk to your iPhone without the need to press any buttons.
According to 9to5mac :
“iOS 5′s speech-to-text functionality appears like it will actually be happening, and we have the screenshot to prove it. A reliable source has sent us the above screenshot which details how the iOS 5 speech-to-text functionality will be activated. As you can see, it is quite simple. Just click the microphone icon next to the space key and start talking. Once the key is clicked, a new microphone overlay will appear as long as you are talking. After that, the text will appear in the text field as you can see in the screenshot above.”
This Voice Recognition is the only feature, Apple thought to keep in iPhone 5 to add some value to the upcoming Device with iOS 5.