Speak-A-Message gets Facebook talking
Inventivio spent about half a year developing the new feature. Support for additional social networks such as Twitter and LinkedIn is already in the works and will be available shortly. The company sees itself as a pioneer for voice messages and strives to give the spoken word a prominent position on the PC and for exchanging messages online: Voice is the most natural instrument for communication, is faster than typing, and expresses emotions much better than any text message.
The software is available in a free version which can be downloaded from the web at http://www.speak-a-message.com.
Inventivio develops innovative software products. The flagship products are the Speak-A-Message(tm) family of voice messaging and voice storage products. Inventivio also offers online personalisation solutions.
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