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Siri-Style Music Player Comes To The Windows Phone

New app helps users manage their media library simply through voice commands.

Yi Chen
Yi Chen on February 8, 2012. @yiiee


Windows Mobile doesn’t come with voice-controlled technology like Siri, but now a new app will allow users to play songs simply by talking their phone. Speak To Play is a clean and minimalistic app that allows Windows Mobile users to control their media library using simple voice commands, such as “Play Bon Iver” or “Play genre rock” or “Play Snow Patrol’s album.”

The app is available to download for $1.99 in the Marketplace and comes with a free version if you want to try before you buy.

Speak To Play

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