Send messages to Twitter with voice. This is a speech to text service that allows Twitter users to speak their Tweets from their phone.
Don't just send text messages to phone; use Voice Broadcast to send your message, converted from text-to-speech, and play it via phone call.
|Voice Comments for Box.net|
Mashup of Box.net and Twilio to record voice comments on your files stored on Box.net. The voice comment will be transcribed and added as a comment on Box.net. This is only a working demo at this point.
Create a map with voice recordings incorporated into the pushpin points.
|Voice Slideshow Demo|
Create a slideshow with voice narration of your Flickr photos.
Share messages via voicemail or SMS.
Update your Facebook status with a phone call (India). Supports SMS integration & voice to text transcription.
WHERE contest winner. Voice notes tied to a location. Record private or public location voice notes on your cell phone then listen to them on the web or publish them on Twitter.
Send greeting cards to friends and family that include your voice. Uses the MyVox API to allow voice recording without a computer microphone.
|Voxilate Silent Auction|
Implements a silent auction by phone. Bidders can bid on items over the phone and are notified via text message when they are outbid.
Voice-enabled language translator for mobile devices. It allows two-way real-time communication between two people who cannot speak a common language
Voxora is an easy way to share voice messages from places you visit. Check in on foursquare then call voxora and leave a message, call and listen to messages left by everyone else.
|TwilioSMS, Twilio, Heroku|
VoxPix lets you build a slide show with voice narration. Take pictures directly from your favorite photo hosting site then add voice through your phone. Uses APIs from Flickr, Photobucket, MySpace, Bebo and Facebook
|Photobucket, MyVox, MySpace, Flickr, Facebook, Bebo|
vuzzbox is a user interface for visual web browsing using voice commands. vuzzbox is powered by Drupal, Twilio, iSpeech and Amazon's DynamoDB vuzzbox is the embodiment of the "programmable web". It allows for a variety of uses including: Voice over IP in a plug and play browser client, Fast, accurate speech-to-text conversion from a hosted service, A scalable, instantly responsive data-store that can be leveraged to serve as traffic manager between these API's, browsers and web servers, All programmable with simple calls in PHP?
|Twilio, ISpeechAutomatedSpeechRecognitio, AmazonRDSRelationalDatabaseServi, AmazonEC2, AmazonDynamoDB|
|Weather by Phone|
A Twilio howto where you use Python to ask a caller for a zip code, grab the current weather for that zip code from an RSS feed, and read it back to the caller. All hosted on Google App Engine.
Lets you receive weather updates over the phone. You have access to weather forecasts, temperature atmospheric conditions, wind, sunrise and sunset times and the ability to receive automatic updates.
WebAloud uses the innovative twilio client to bring text-to-speech directly inside your browser. Just highlight the text and click play!
|Wiki By Phone|
Wiki by phone gives you access to wikipedia articles via any phone.
|Wikipedia, Twilio, GoogleAppEngine|
WishAlert.me monitors your Amazon.com wishlist for price drops and sends you an SMS alert when it finds one.