VoiceKeys Speech-To-Text On Your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch (Jailbreak Tweak)

Posted In For Fun - By John On Thursday, September 1st, 2011 With 1 Comment

We’ve already seen some leaked screenshots of iOS 5 betas that reveals speech-to-text feature so it’s highly expected to use this feature when iOS 5 final version is released.


In case you can’t wait for the final release of iOS 5, Ryan Petrich brought VoiceKeys for you. VoiceKeys is a new tweak available in Cydia which brings speech-to-text feature on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Ryan used ActionMenu to include a small “VoiceKeys” button as shown in the screenshots.


The tweak is not showing perfect results but remember it’s still the first release of VoiceKeys. We may see a better performance in its first update.

VoiceKeys is based on Google’s speech recognition so it needs your iPhone to be connected to an internet connection, either WiFi or 3G.

You can install and download VoiceKeys, only for jailbroken devices, from Cydia for free by searching for VoiceKeys under BigBoss repository.

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