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Say Where

The name of a popular voice-enabled application for the Apple iPhone device. Say Where is a free application that can be used to recognize your speech and input it as text into Web siteswhen using the Safari browser on your iPhone. The application is used to finding locations, directions and maps. For example, users can speak the name of a place, an address, or intersection and the application will show search results from a number of partners including Google Maps, MapQuest and others.

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