Record and Retrieve your Voice Notes with Microsoft Recite

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Microsoft Recite is a search technology for your voice that runs on Windows Mobile devices.

With Microsoft Recite, you can use your voice to easily store, search and retrieve the things you want to remember, where and when you need them.

Microsoft Recite is available as a free technology preview and can be used on devices running Windows Mobile version 6.0 or higher.

More info: http://recite.microsoft.com
And: http://blogs.msdn.com/recite

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      John Ellis

      I love the idea and it seems easy to use but at present this is crashing on my TytnII constantly, shame but I am optimistic that eventually this will be a reguarly used utlity for me. I love it. Hopefully MS makes these things all tie together otherwise I'll be using three products to organise which is just stupid Smiley

      • Evernote for the cloud feature (and goood formatting across devices)
      • Onenote for the amazing features
      • This soon enough for ease of use

      I can see My Phone and eventual upgrades to Onenote Mobile replacing Evernote eventually, I just hope this comes into it soon (running separately but connected, a bit like the Onenote Printer on windows, something quick to start and use and access but part of the bigger picture)

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      John Ellis

      I love the idea and it seems easy to use but at present this is crashing on my TytnII constantly, shame but I am optimistic that eventually this will be a reguarly used utlity for me. I love it. Hopefully MS makes these things all tie together otherwise I'll be using three products to organise which is just stupid Smiley

      • Evernote for the cloud feature (and goood formatting across devices)
      • Onenote for the amazing features
      • This soon enough for ease of use

      I can see My Phone and eventual upgrades to Onenote Mobile replacing Evernote eventually, I just hope this comes into it soon (running separately but connected, a bit like the Onenote Printer on windows, something quick to start and use and access but part of the bigger picture)

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      JohnCz

      I'd like to see a desktop application for Recite.  Perhaps there is some integration potential with OneNote.

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      JohnCz

      I'd like to see a desktop application for Recite.  Perhaps there is some integration potential with OneNote.

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      nic

      @JohnCz that's an interesting idea... I wonder if you could create a mashup with onenote and live mesh so that all your voice notes are synched across your devices and if you create a reminder on your phone you can retrieve on your pc and vice versa....?

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      Vince Moser

      Can you run Microsoft Voice Command and this together?

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      Vince Moser

      Can you run Microsoft Voice Command and this together?

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      nic
      How would that work?
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      midosm.com

      Would be exceptional if didn't use local resources (space).  One of my few complaints is the limited resources on WM devices.  They tend to have their resources eaten up with only a few apps.  If the data could be stored on the storage card, would be a hit.

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      midosm.com

      Would be exceptional if didn't use local resources (space).  One of my few complaints is the limited resources on WM devices.  They tend to have their resources eaten up with only a few apps.  If the data could be stored on the storage card, would be a hit.

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      FTeR

      what about localization?
      vista (or exchange server) had/has some nice voice command options, but it's not much of a help if you want to dictate on other language than English.
      MS is pretty good when it's comes to localization, but this voice stuff just never works. even xp's text reader is lagged behind, and it's not like there is no text reader or voice dictation app out there in my native language (witch is Hungarian).

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      FTeR

      what about localization?
      vista (or exchange server) had/has some nice voice command options, but it's not much of a help if you want to dictate on other language than English.
      MS is pretty good when it's comes to localization, but this voice stuff just never works. even xp's text reader is lagged behind, and it's not like there is no text reader or voice dictation app out there in my native language (witch is Hungarian).

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      nic
      @FTeR although the UI is currently in English, Recite is not actually language based. It doesn't look for specific words... but the sounds you make to form words/sentences. This means you could definately use Recite to record and retrieve voice notes in your native Hungarian. It would be awesome if you could try it out and let us know the results.
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      FTeR

      sorry for the delay, I didn't see there is a 2nd page.
      this sounds great! unfortunately, I have only 5.0 around, but I'll borrow a newer one from a friend of mine next week Wink

      I'm curius how it's handling inflexion/conjugation which makes the words sound different on the endings or how the searching will sounds because of the sentence stracture Hungarian has.

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      FTeR

      sorry for the delay, I didn't see there is a 2nd page.
      this sounds great! unfortunately, I have only 5.0 around, but I'll borrow a newer one from a friend of mine next week Wink

      I'm curius how it's handling inflexion/conjugation which makes the words sound different on the endings or how the searching will sounds because of the sentence stracture Hungarian has.

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