iTeleport, a VNC client for iPhone OS, updates itself by introducing voice commands to launch applications
January 4, 2012
iTeleport is an application available on the App Store that allows you to connect remotely to your Windows PC or Mac has been recently upgraded by introducing an important new features for users with an iPhone 4S that, henceforth, will be able to start programs through simple voice commands.
Recently, developers have iTeleport updated with support for authentication through the Lion and the username and password of the OS from Apple. On this iTeleport is updated again, coming to version 5.2 which will allow owners of an iPhone 4S launch applications simply by speaking their name preceded by the word “Launch”. Once you start the application and the successful vnc connection with the standard keyboard will appear with a field of IOS for the composition of the text and the dedicated button to start the Syrians. Normally dictating commands to the Syrians, they would be transcribed in the field of composition, but the developers seem to have iTeleport discovered a way to launch applications without transcription: for we do not do anything else, for vnc example, say out loud “Launch iTunes” to successfully launch iTunes. The quality of the voice recognition seems to be the same as that which would occur with the Syrians; therefore very high quality.
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