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Dennis Hissink : April 13th 2010 - 12:17 CET

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BlueAntBlueAnt Q1 Android voice control App : Building on BlueAnt Wireless’ voice control technology for hands-free devices, the company announces the BlueAnt Q1 Android application. Just as BlueAnt was the first to offer voice-controlled functionality for making and answering phone calls on their V1 and Q1 headsets, the new BlueAnt Q1 Android application is the first of its kind to allow text messages to be concisely and discretely read aloud directly into a headset. The voice control App also helps Q1 users by providing pairing and connection guidance, support information and a direct link to BlueAnt Customer Service. The BlueAnt Q1 Android App is available as a free download from the BlueAnt website as well as from the Android Market.
Voice control App

Safer driving experience with BlueAnt voice control App
With its intuitive voice interface, the Q1 voice control App is already the industry’s most advanced voice controlled headset. Users control the device by saying simple spoken commands and hear voice prompts that tell them what the device is doing. The recent addition of A2DP to the Q1 headset, via a free firmware update for users, enables the reading of GPS turn-by-turn navigation and audio streaming. By giving Q1 and Android phone users the additional ability to hear their text messages on their headset, BlueAnt expands its commitment to hands-free simplicity while also promoting a safer driving experience for users on the road.

BlueAnt Q1 voice App for Android mobile phones
“This BlueAnt Q1 Android application revolutionizes the mobile phone and headset relationship providing seamless integration between both devices,” said Taisen Maddern, Executive Chairman of BlueAnt Wireless. “Now Q1 users will be able to hear text messages received on their Android mobile phone, further enhancing the truly hands-free experience BlueAnt is known for.”

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Free BlueAnt Q1 Android voice control application download
The BlueAnt Q1 Android voice control application is a free download for all Q1 owners and works with any Android version 2.0 or above handset. The BlueAnt Q1 Android application includes the following capabilities and benefits: listen to your text messages - When the user receives a text message, the Q1 headset will say, "You have received a text message from 555-1234" followed by the full text message. Help and Support; the BlueAnt Q1 Android application provides a direct connection to BlueAnt’s Customer Service center to help users with any product need. In addition, the BlueAnt Q1 Android application allows you to access a user-friendly, searchable manual displayed on your phone’s screen.




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