Those that can do. Again and again – Twitterfone

(Disclaimer: I helped Pat out with the PR for this)

Arrington calls him a serial entrepreneur and he’s bang on. Pat and a few more folks from the Telco 2.0 world have just launched Twitterfone. Or maybe Arrington said it was launching and they had no choice? :)

twitterfone

What is it? It’s a voice to text message service using text message rebroadcast service Twitter. I ring a Dublin number, leave a 15 seconds (max) voicemessage. It knows who I am from my caller ID and posts to my Twitter profile with a text version of what I uttered as well as a link to the audio message. Here’s my dulcent tones. And here’s how it showed up on Twitter.

Well done to Sean O’Sullivan and Ivan McDonald from Dial2Do who were involved in making this. It’s some of their core tech that powers Twitterfone. Sabrina’s design work at play too which is really fun I have to say. Love it.

Great to see yet another project from Pat launched and the same from Sean and Ivan. I can’t see young Phelan ever stopping.

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5 Responses to “Those that can do. Again and again – Twitterfone”

  1. Ivan says:

    Hey thanks Damian and for the help on the PR – looks like its working :)

  2. Sabrina Dent says:

    Cheers, honeybunch! Was a really fun project to work on and is a cool service, too – amazingly fast take-up. It’s going to be a fun one to watch.

  3. liam noonan says:

    Cool service, app and tech all rolled into one.

    It even understands Cork accents ! :-) . I wonder will it handle my Wexford/Tipp accent ??

    Liam

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