App features include: integrated contact list, call history, font size/color modifications and built in voicemail.
This app requires a network connection with high enough bandwidth and low enough latency to reliably process a voice-over-IP call. It is highly recommended that use of this app be done in conjunction with connection through a 4G or WiFi network. Attempting to use a 3G connection is not recommended.
Available only in USA and US territories. International calls will either be blocked or terminated.
Registration is required to use this app. If no data plan service selected, casual data charges may apply. Learn more at http://www.sprintcaptel.com .
Although Wireless CapTel by Sprint can be used for emergency calling, such emergency calling may not function the same as traditional 911/E911 services. By using Wireless CapTel by Sprint for emergency calling you agree that Sprint is not responsible for any damages resulting from errors, defects, malfunctions, interruption or failures in accessing or attempting to access emergency services through Wireless CapTel by Sprint whether caused by the negligence of Sprint or otherwise.
Due to FCC regulations, only individuals with a hearing loss can use this app.
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This is a very simple application that will convert speech into readable text.
For a non-hearing or hard of hearing person, the application will allow faster communication with deaf persons. For deaf users, the software can assist in faster communication and may also be used as a useful tool when practicing your speech.
I would like to thank my friend Mitch Bergsma for the inspiration to write this useful tool.
Be sure to check out his latest videos on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/micbergsma
This application requires access to internet for the Google Speech engine, data rates may apply.
Currently the only supported language is English.
If Purple VRS is not your default VRS provider, you can access PurpleMail and other great Purple services today by contacting a Customer Care representative to set up your account at 877-885-3172 or by going to www.purple.us/register to get started.
All Purple services are FREE to qualified deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
Cellular or Wi-Fi network connectivity is required to download PurpleMail video messages to your Android device.
Extra signs relevant to this topic (with detailed descriptions) have been added to support the communication needs for those who prefer to be able to refer to a mobile applications for the signs. It also contains a background introduction with information designed to encourage families and those working with children who are deaf or who have additional needs, to get involved.
Many more children and young people with special educational and additional speech and language needs also use BSL signs to support their communication and this application is designed to include all who sign.
Not for transcribing phone calls.
Push "VR Once" and the Voice Recognition will activate once, and will not auto prompt. The text result will appear on screen.
Push "VR Auto", and the Voice Recognition captures a segment of speech, then it must stop to process what was said.
After returning the text of what was said, the VR prompt will initiate again after 4 seconds.
To stop this cycle, just hit cancel on the Voice Recognition prompt.
To respond with typed text, tap the "Keyboard Entry" button to toggle back and forth between modes.
The most current voice results are delivered at the top and scroll down, similar to a Twitter feed.
Once VR is stopped you can scroll down to previous voice results.
Once VR is restarted, the previous results are deleted and can not be retrieved. No data is recorded or saved.
If you change the language on your phone, it will return results in that language.
Today a new option is available for them and for you to enjoy a conversation with each other , its a new app called Mimix .
Anything a person will say is immediately translated to sign language through mimix making it easier to have a clear , two-way communication with a deaf without having to know sign language .
we aim to help deaf and hard hearing people communicate ,share ideas and express thoughts with others using this app.
mimix uses a technology that translates spoken and written words into sign language with a 3D character.
We are using ASL (American Sign Language) based Dictionary as signed English
More than 2500 animated sign language
Translate speech to sign language effectively
Friendly user, Easy to use anywhere and anytime
Periodical updates for sign language library
Providing a framework for developers to create an applications using our sign language library
*This version is Beta, please leave a feedback for improvement*
There are 360 million hard hearing and deaf person worldwide help make a difference in their lives ..be part of the change .
video to explain how
Mimix is being used the time this text written by more than 8,000 deaf in USA & Canada.
A handy application for deaf people, allowing a deaf person to write a note for a hearing person. This note will be displayed in large type and will be clearly visible on the device screen. This application allows a deaf person to talk with a hearing person, passing the phone to each other.
The application has a very useful feature for translating speech into text, which comes in handy in two cases:
1. When a deaf person and a hearing person pass each other the phone during a conversation, a hearing person presses the “Listen” button or the “Listen and Note” button. When he or she speaks, the app translates the speech into text, displaying the message on the device screen.
2. A deaf person can direct the phone or a connected external microphone toward a hearing person, press the “Listen” button and listen to what the hearing person says to the deaf person.
Also, a deaf person can pronounce the message using a synthesized speech feature (Speak and Note button), if a deaf person does not speak.
The use of a single device is not too convenient for the full conversation between a deaf and a hearing persons (as you need to be close to each other and pass the phone), that’s why we recommend to use two devices with «Deaf-Hearing Chat. Device-H» and «Deaf-Hearing Chat.Device-D» applications installed.
This is a trial version of "Note, Speak, Listen for Deaf". You can use up to 10 notes.
- Converts Text Into Sign Language
- Speaks The Currently Interpreted Character
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