Salem, NH, 2005-12-30: Macintosh speech recognition authority MacSpeech has
released new ScriptPaks for Safari 2.0 and Mail 2.0. The new ScriptPaks
install over 300 commands into iListen that allow the user to do virtually
anything by voice in Mail and Safari they would normally do using keyboard
shortcuts or menus.

“We have been working hard to not only update our ScriptPaks for full Tiger
compatibility, but to also add features that are most often requested by
our customers,” said MacSpeech Chief Evangelist Chuck Rogers. “Both the new
Mail and Safari ScriptPaks are almost three times larger than our previous
versions, giving iListen users unprecedented voice control of those

The ScriptPaks for Mail 2.0 and Safari 2.0 are sold separately for $10 each
and are available immediately from the MacSpeech online store. iListen
1.6.8 and Mac OS 10.4 (“Tiger”) are required to use the new ScriptPaks.

Mac users are invited to visit MacSpeech in booth 738 at Macworld Expo in
San Francisco, January 10-13, 2006.

ScriptPaks work with MacSpeech’s flagship product, iListen, whose
TalkAnywhere technology allows users to dictate anywhere they would
normally type. ScriptPaks enhance iListen’s Command & Control capabilities
by teaching it about the individual keyboard and menu commands in a
specific program. ScriptPaks only affect iListen’s ability to control an
application and are not required for dictation.

MacSpeech offers several iListen packages, including a software only
solution for $99, and a software and headset with microphone for $149.

MacSpeech is a Mac-only company dedicated to producing the finest speech
products for Macintosh.

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