Following a beta program started in April, eX-cinder has announced the launch of
Voice Commander 1.0
for Mac OS X. The software enables users to command applications — including games — using their voice.
Voice Commander functions by enabling you to define a set of voice commands that combine key shortcuts and associated spoken words. Voice Commander then enables these commands to function in any running application. For example, Voice Commander can be used to activate frequently activated shortcuts in applications (like Copy, Cut, Paste, Print) or for games (choosing weapons, and so on).
Voice Commander 1.0 works seamlessly with any Mac OS X application, whether it’s Cocoa, Carbon or Classic, according to the developer.
Voice Commander costs US$15 to license. More details are available from the Web site. A downloadable demo is available.