Evie iPhone App Makes Getting Things Done While on the Go Easy

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We have all heard of voice recognition software. A lot of us have even used it, but not nearly enough people have had overwhelming success with it. Instead, it’s more like overwhelming frustration or hilarity when you tell your phone to call your husband and it dials the number for your Great Aunt Mable instead. The people behind Evie, a new iPhone app that uses voice recognition to make your daily life a whole lot easier, especially when you’re on the go, have been working to change that.

Evie lets you do more on your iPhone than one would think possible using only your voice. Sure, you can use it to make a phone call. Evie dials any number from your list of iPhone contacts just by asking the app to “Call Tom Smith on mobile” or “Call Tom Smith at home.” You can also tell it to call a specific phone number. But voice activated dialing is something we have all come to expect from voice recognition software. That’s not really an absolutely impressive selling point or anything. So how about we delve a little further into what Evie is capable of doing?

Facebook is a never-ending source of entertainment, current events and news, meetups and more. With Evie, all you have to do is load the app and tap the Facebook icon or simply save “Facebook” and Evie will read your Facebook news feeds at any time, even while you’re driving. How many times have you been out running errands only to come home, sit down at the computer and realize you’ve missed some really important things going on that you wish you knew about sooner? It happens to me all the time. Once you download Evie, however, it won’t happen nearly as much.

Under normal circumstances, when my partner and I make plans to go out of town, we spend a few days prior to our trip looking for additional points of interest around where we’re going to be or what we’ll drive by on the way there or back. This is normal for us so when we have to be somewhere without getting a good week or so notice beforehand, we embark upon our journey blindly, which honestly, can be a little scary for me, the mega-planner. I know there’s a lot of people out there who also like to do their research before heading out for a few days, so if you’re ever traveling and want to know what else is going around the town you’re in, just load your Evie app and let Evie find what you’re looking for along the way. Evie can find gas stations, movie theaters, restaurants and more. The app can also help you call a specific business or point of interest and show you the directions to get there. If you also have AT&T Navigator, Evie will automatically turn over to navigation mode and give you turn-by-turn directions to get you where you need to go.

Traveling, whether you’re just out for the afternoon running errands or traveling across great distances just isn’t the same without music. With Evie, you can play specific songs, artists, CDs, genres, podcasts and even audio books that are stores in your iPod. Using just your voice, Evie can play them all. Pretty cool, right?

Evie is an iPhone app that is so versatile and can do so much that it is the perfect addition to your iPhone apps regardless of who you are and what your lifestyle is like. Best of all, it’s a completely free app, so there’s really no reason why you shouldn’t be utilizing it.

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7 thoughts on “Evie iPhone App Makes Getting Things Done While on the Go Easy”

  1. Holly,
    This app looks cool. I have looked at several apps for the iPad and iPhone for staying organized. As a mom on the go all the time, I’ve found it easier to do not just have tasks in one app, shopping in another, and so on – that is how I started out. During the December holidays I started using LifeTopix, and have now deleted several of the older apps that only did one thing. I use LifeTOpix on the iPad at home, and use my iPhone 4 when I am around town. I tell my friends to look up this app – they have no idea something like this exists.
    God bless you!

  2. It is only available for the iPhone platform at the moment. I’ve talked to the developers and they’ve said that in the months to come they’ll launch an Android version. Win7 is no that popular at the moment.

  3. It could easily replace the native Voice Control app. Yes, really. It’s that good. It does the same basic things as Voice Control does (phone calls, plays music, etc.), but it also does much more.

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