Say Who - Dialer is the voice recognition dialing app by developer Excuse Me Services, Inc. Available in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Say Who lets you speak a contact name into the iPhone's microphone and then automatically dials the correlating number in your contacts.
It's as easy as pie and comes in handy while driving or in other situations where holding your phone, going through your contacts and finding a number takes too long.
You simply hold down the button in the middle of the screen and say the name of the person you wish to call. Say Who includes options like home, mobile or office and let's you give different commands for speech recognition, like "John Doe," "Call John," or "John Doe on mobile." The auto dial function can be turned on or off, letting you choose to either have the app dial the number directly or wait for your confirmation. Say Who reads your contact list and includes nicknames as well as speed dial preferences.
The other app released by Excuse Me Services, Inc. is Say Where!. Developed with the same speech recognition, Say Where lets you say an address or business and searches the Google Maps function on your iPhone to bring up the desired location. Unlike Say Who, Say Where only works in the US. Neither of these two apps supports Bluetooth yet but the developer states that they are looking into making the apps Bluetooth compatible.
Say Who works great with the accuracy of the speech recognition being spot on for easy and difficult names alike. And with just one easy step to get the phone dialing, this app cuts out the distraction when trying to make a call while doing other things at the same time. The Bluetooth compatibility would be an added bonus to an already great app.