Could Voice Control be used with apps??

Discussion in 'WWDC 2009 (June 8-12)' started by joefish13, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. joefish13

    joefish13 Member

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    For Shazam, you would say "Shazam", then you say tag now. This would be good if your driving. Would this be possible?
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    exit1010 Well-Known Member

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    Well we will find out soon wont you. Dont worry when a user post a thread on what new on so and so you can post what you find there.

    I am pretty sure it a no but i can be wrong.
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    definitely. chess would be sick if you could talk to it.
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    It would be really cool, I agree. But what Apple demonstrated was an application that you could talk to. So, in any app or on the springboard, hold down the home button to bring up the voice command app. As a developer, I am unsure whether there is a framework for Voice Commands. I am in Costa Rica right now, so by the time I find out, 3.0 will have been out for a while already.

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