Published by IQ-mobile on 30 Mar 2015
"IQ Talking Clock is a software application"There are a few phones on the market that can tell you the current time by reading it out loud from the system time.
IQ Talking Clock is a software application that gives your phone the ability to read the current time even if your phone doesn't have this built in function. IQ Talking Clock takes the phone's hour and minute and pronounces them out loud letting you know what time it is.
Tip: Assign a shortcut key on your phone to launch the java application with the press of a single key to hear the current time without you having to browse the entire phone menu!
This simple and intuitive application gives you the option to adjust the time read from the phone's current time, thus any error in getting the time can be rectified manually to get the best results.
The trial version allows you to use the application for a limited number of times. This should be sufficient enough to let you try all the options included in the program and to convince yourself that it is working perfectly on your mobile phone. After the trial period is over, you can easily buy an unique unlock code for your application. For further details on how to buy the unlock code for this wonderful java software application suited for your mobile phone, please click on the buy button and follow the steps described there.
Our team has made great efforts to test this mobile java application on over 50 types of mobile devices. To be sure IQ Talking Clock is 100% compatible with your mobile phone you are encouraged to try it for free and buy it only when you are fully satisfied with this product.
For more cool software please visit product's homepage www.iq-mobile.com
Requirements: JAVA MIDP 2.0 CLDC 1.0
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