The one-password apps make our lives easier by shouldering us from having to remember hundreds of complex passwords to keep safe our accounts, but when we have to type a very long and complex password into a computer that is not ours, from which we do not have access to our database, the situation can get frustrating, such as when we format our personal pc or if we can not leave them stored in the PC we’re currently using.
If our phone is so smart to remember all our passwords why it doesn't “whisper” them to us when we need to type them out?
The Text- to-Speech engines (TTS) are designed to emulate the normal conversation speech, when faced with texts composed of characters that do not resemble meaningful words we are likely to have unexpected results.
Spell decomposes the input text into individual characters and provides a simplified view mode to browse them one by one as a magnifier, in addition each character is associated with a descriptive text intelligible by the TTS engine to allow the correct pronunciation, particularly the Latin letters from A to Z in upper case are associated with the values of the English Telephone Alphabet, based on the US Financial standard (Adam, Bob , etc.), facilitating activities such as :
- Writing passwords on pc on which we don’t have direct access to our DB passwords
- Writing serial numbers when we can't paste a copied item
- Telephonic transmission of complex data
- Support of the first 255 "printable" characters in the UTF-8 table commonly used by password generators, Including the Latin alphabet, greek alphabet, Cyrillic alphabet and their special characters
- one-tap paste to operate spelling on last copied text
- Support “sharing” text towards the App for instant spelling
- Optical Character Recognition (OCR) from camera or album
- Voice recognition to obtain the spelling
- mask characters during typing and spelling
- Translated in 6 languages: Italian , English, French , Spanish, German, Russian*
- Support for Samsung MultiWindow
*Each Language uses its own telephonic alphabet for uppercase latin letters, some translations are machine aided.
NOTE : It's best to use the app wearing headset in order to protect data from eavesdropping.