Nuance’s NDEV Mobile developer program has been launched in Russia, supporting text-to-speech and speech recognition for the Russian language.
The program was started in January 2011 and allows developers to use the Dragon Mobile Software Development Kit (SDK) to voice-enable apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7.
After its launch in Poland, Denmark, and Portugal, the introduction of NDEV Mobile in Russia marks the 21st language in the Dragon SDK voice recognition portfolio, and over 30 languages for text-to-speech. “NDEV Mobile has received a tremendous response in Europe, with its robust cloud-based language support and incredibly easy integration,” said Michael Thompson, senior vice president and general manager, Nuance Mobile. “We’ve designed NDEV Mobile to be as hands-on or hands-off as developers need it to be – all without compromising the quality of our renowned Dragon voice technology. And it’s only getting better as we continue to rollout the program in more regions with more languages around the world.”
NDEV Mobile has helped to voice enable apps such as Ask for iPhone, Price Check by Amazon, Yellow Pages from Avantar, Merriam-Webster, Dictionary.com, RemoteLink from OnStar, SpeechTrans, iTranslate, Taskmind, SayHi Translate, and many others.
The NDEV Mobile program offers three service tiers: NDEV Silver, a free platform, NDEV Gold, which offers access to SSL data encryption, more deployment flexibility and enhanced support, and NDEV Emerald, which offers a large variety of customization and service options.
To learn more, visit www.nuancemobilelife.com.
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