With hands-free wearable devices, the expectation of voice commands out of apps will soon become the norm. To ease that process, Wit helps turn natural language into structured data for your app to process.
In the era of Siri, there are situations where your users expect a hands-free interface: while they drive, work out, wear Google Glass or the new generation of smart devices.
However for us developers, voice interfaces often mean frustration and bad UX.
Today, with the combination of the best voice-to-text engines and Wit, you can finally bring the power of voice to your app.
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