Microsoft Voice Command

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Microsoft Voice Command is an application which can control Windows Mobile devices by voice. The first version was announced in November 2003.[1] The latest version is 1.6, for the United Kingdom, United States, France, and Germany and is a free upgrade for users of previous versions.

As of May 20, 2009, the latest revision was 1.6.21040 (21715 also exists) and incorporates changes required for the Windows Mobile 6.5 Titanium interface. This release was made available to phone manufacturers and is unavailable to the public.

Windows Mobile 6.5 got Microsoft TellMe integration, software created by a company Microsoft had recently acquired.[2][3] This feature was later implemented in Windows Phone as a part of Bing Mobile.

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