iSpeak for Mac
By Matthew Lilius
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iSpeak allows you to command your Macintosh to speak by using your iPhone or iPod Touch. iSpeak is both fun and useful. It's a creative way to tell your kids to get off the computer, tell a joke or surprise someone. Even use iSpeak when you are too sick with a sore throat to talk!
* Type whatever you want your Mac to say from your iPhone or iPod Touch
* 23 unique voices (24 voices in Leopard)
* Ongoing history saves all lines spoken
* Save favorite lines for quick retrieval
NOTE: This only works on Macintosh computers
What's New in Version 1.1.1
* Now compatible with Snow Leopard
* Notifies you that your Mac account needs to have a password set for it to work. Blank passwords are not allowed by OS X for security reasons
This is a good app for home use but you can't use it over 3g so if your gone and you need to tell your friend something if he visits you can't cause it only works on Wi-Fi and if someone is robbing your house and you see them through icam you can't tell them to get out because your gone and you don't have Wi-Fi so don't have a better chance of getting them out faster. I would give this app 5 stars if I could use this app over 3g. But it's still great and fun I recommend this app for most people who are curious and like to mess around with good and great apps
I don't get it
It used to work fine with my girlfriends old white 13inch MacBook. Now that I bought myself a 13inch MacBook pro with the 2.53 dual processor and the new snow leopard software. I see it does not work. After realizing that it should have worked if I didn't install the snow leopard I now know I should wait for the new snow leopard update. It should then work as good as it did before. Until then I rate a 4 until all goes well. Keep it up!!!
App crashes, unresponsive developer
This app would be great in theory, but I'd recommend against it. As you can see by the version number, this app has not been updated in over a year. The app can sometimes crash at launch and the username/password dialog can appear too low. Also, on Lion computers, not only won't the Alex voice work, but none of the other downloadable voices will work. This app looks like it hasn't been updated since Leopard! If the developer updates his app, it might be worth it, but until then, stay away.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Sep 15, 2009
- Version: 1.1.1
- Size: 1.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Matthew Lilius
- © 2009 Matthew Lilius
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.2.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.