Nuance,Comviva To Build Speech Based Music Search

By September 22nd, 2009 AT 2:46 PM

Nuance Comviva To Build Speech Based Music SearchComviva, the leading provider of integrated VAS solutions for mobile operators, today announced that it will be soon launching a music search application with the help of Nuance Communications Inc. for telecom service providers in India.

The application which is  due for release in October 2009 has been tagged as  “Song Search” and will significantly enhance the usability of music search applications on mobile phones, allowing users to access music content with the power of their voice.

Manoranjan Mohapatra CEO Comviva quoted“Voice-based services in VAS are the key to providing exceptional consumer experiences and we are expecting ‘Song Search’ to impress mobile users. We anticipate that the design and flexibility of the system, combined with the accuracy of recognition rates will make it significantly easier for consumers to find and download the songs they want. For Comviva, as the pioneer of ring back tone solutions in the Indian market, Nuance is a natural partner because of their world class professional services team and outstanding technological capabilities in speech recognition.”

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Yes Airtel is already powered with this technology…some more operators ,i.e Vodafone is also using these types of features…so this tech is not new for us….but as per my knowledge “Nuance”is a good application developer …I used so many nuance app with my symbian powered device…like Nuance T9Nav,Nuance TALKS Premium, Nuance Speech2Go…those app’s are really good…mainly the voice based apps are awesome as per my personal experience…So I am sure that this new initiative from Nuance & Comviva To Build Speech Based Music Search is worthfull..


I think Airtel is already powered with such type of application. Remember ‘gaana bolo hello tune paao’ initiative of company. You can search hello tunes on network simply by your voice.

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