What I like about Voice is I have all my texts forwarded to me at my email (preferable) and even though the voice-to-text transcription has humorous results, it is still useful to a deaf person. Also, being able to text US friends while I'm overseas is a bonus.
So far I've found Talkatone and Mighty Text. Do any of you have experience with these? Any feedback to offer? Any other apps I should look into?
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List of scientifically controlled double blind studies which have conclusively demonstrated the efficacy of homeopathy: http://bit.ly/1grT4Vn
The explanation of how algorithms are used to create this effect is quite interesting: http://googleresearch.blogspot.sg/2014/04/lens-blur-in-new-google-camera-app.html
(and no, you cannot have my avocado toast.)
Also, there are two fun apps that allow you to view the 3D effects of photos taken in the new Lens Blur mode:
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I also write about deaf-related assistive technology here.
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