We’ve introduced the Vlingo blog to communicate real-time with you — our users. We want to you to give you the latest updates on our product releases, offer product tips & tricks, and share stories about how your fellow users are benefitting from Vlingo. We also want to let you know about the great things happening at Vlingo.

So here’s your first update! This morning, RIM announced the launch of BlackBerry App World™ – a place where BlackBerry users can easily find and download hundreds of applications. At Vlingo we couldn’t be more excited that Vlingo is one the first apps on this store. We think it speaks volumes about how Vlingo is being embraced by our BlackBerry users!

We already know that millions of people use Vlingo to send text messages & emails, search the Web, dial their phone, update their social status and more. Being featured in the BlackBerry App World store is a great way to get more people using Vlingo. With the ability to send a text message or an email by just speaking, Vlingo users can more easily (and might I say faster) connect with friends & family.

Over the next several months, we’ll be adding more functionality to the already existing application. As Hadley mentioned last week, our goal is to allow users to say anything into their phones and have Vlingo understand their intent and take the appropriate action. These days mobile phones are rapidly becoming people’s primary personal information, entertainment, and communication devices. With Vlingo, we know we have just begun – there are so many possibilities and we intend to help make your mobile phone experience the best it can possibly be.

Stay tuned for more updates!

Erin Keleher, Senior Marketing Communications Manager, Vlingo

  • http://www.iusethisapp.com Erika

    We already know that millions of people use Vlingo to send text messages & emails, search the Web, dial their phone, update their social status and more. Thanks I appreaciate a lot more power to your site! G-d bless 🙂

  • Stevesiegel2

    It worked great the first time. Once I got in my car it wouldn’t work again. It kept trying to connect

  • Butterfly200

    Is there an app while some in talking your phone is coverting it txt

  • Valerie340

    I just downloaded Vlingo as I am low vision. Works well to dictate email. Is there a function to read email? Can it be used to select email addresses