Caller ID Reader for BlackBerry reads incoming caller's name aloud - 20 copies up for grabs!
From the creators of DriveSafe.ly comes a new app that continues to help drivers keep their eyes on the road. Caller ID Reader does just as the name implies - it reads an incoming caller's name aloud so you'll always know who is calling without even looking at your phone. The app is compatible with most Bluetooth devices and can read aloud names, numbers and even SMS and email messages. The free version of Caller ID Reader reads the caller's name/number with an upgrade message every third use. The premium version is ad-free and is available semi-annually for $3.95 or a one-time fee of $9.95.
Just a note - If you are a CDMA user, when installing you will be prompted to turn your sound profile to vibrate as the device is only able to play one sound at a given time. On a CDMA phone, ringtones will cut off an incoming call being announced. Also, the first time a call is received, Caller ID Reader will read out the number, not the name. After the phone call is over, Caller ID Reader will download the caller's name to the phone from the iSpeech cloud.
Contest: We have 20 copies of Caller ID Reader to give away. Just leave a single comment on this post to enter. Contest ends Sunday at midnight PDT.