Voice Activated

OneTok Launches Platform Allowing Devs to Easily Integrate Voice Recognition Into Apps

Mr. Lilienthal (Photo: flickr.com/philwolff)

We first introduced you to OneTok back in March, when we reported that it’d raised a $1.5 million seed round from investors including RRE Ventures. Back then, the NYC-based startup was operating solely in beta, working to bring its voice recognition platform–which allows developers to easily embed voice recognition technology into any app on Android, Blackberry 10 or iOS–to the masses.

Beta be gone–launch day has finally arrived: OneTok CEO and cofounder Ben Lilienthal gave Betabeat the heads up this morning that the SaaS platform officially debuts today. It seeks to give developers the ability to voice-enable mobile apps in an “easy and cost-efficient way.” Read More