Speakypedia is a new way to explore the world around you. It allows you to find information ... More
Speakypedia is a new way to explore the world around you. It allows you to find information about the place where you are (from Wikipedia, the largest encyclopedia in the world) and listen an explanation like an audio guide (voices provided by Acapela Group). It's extremely simple to be used and doesn't need a complex configuration. Speakypedia recognizes almost all the readable text inside a Wikipedia page. If some text is not recognized, you can select it manually and listen to it by choosing the apposite menu. Main features: - 2 searching mode (geographic e textual); - automatic text recognition; - readable text highlight; - 2 voices (american and british). If you want a demonstration of Speakypedia features and voices quality, you can look at the movie at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nac9J3x5LcY
Last updated 18 Nov 2012
Published 18 Nov 2012
Imagine you have just arrived in a new city, let's say it's Louisville, Kentucky, and you know nothing about the place. What's the first thing you do? Buy a map or a tourist guide? Well you don't have to do that when you have a travel app like this one. SpeakypediaEN is a new way of accessing information about a new place and gives you an audio guide using information from Wikipedia. It's like when you are going around an art gallery and you want all the guff on the artworks. Just plug in and connect with the Internet and you will have hands free information on your iOS as to where you are and what to expect.
Speakypedia is a new way to explore the world around you. It allows you to find information about the place where you are based on text from Wikipedia - the largest encyclopedia in the world. Listen to the explanation of where you are like an audio guide with voices provided by the Acapela Group. If you were in Louisville, for example, the guide would tell you that the first thing you need to know is that you cant pronounce the place Louisville. The locals would just laugh at you. You have to pronounce the place Lou-ah-vul or, the chances are, you are going to get kicked out of town and have your Mint Julep confiscated. This is an extremely simple hands free audio travel guide that...