NEW YORK, December 3, 2019 (Newswire.com) - For the very first time, Android users can now hear all messages and email read aloud in Arabic. ping is a patented smartphone app that automatically reads all incoming messages aloud when looking at one's phone is dangerous, illegal or inconvenient. Think driving, commuting or working with one's hands.
Download it in Arabic from the Google Play Store today: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.messageloud&hl=ar
Distracted driving is the leading cause of vehicle/motorcycle crashes and auto fatalities worldwide. This is one of many safety and productivity challenges that ping is looking to solve by keeping users safely connected on the go.
"We are excited to bring our safe driving app to Arabic speaking countries," says Garin Toren, CEO of ping. In 24 countries, there are over 250 million smartphone users whose primary language is Arabic.
"Government and local leaders are encouraged to let their communities know that a safe driving option now exists."
In Oman for example, drivers caught using a hand-held device face up to 10 days in jail and fines of up to 300 OMR (about $780 USD).
All message and email types are supported, including Texts/SMS, WhatsApp, Skype, Facebook Messenger, WeChat, Snapchat, Slack, Telegram, Twitter DM's, Viber, Tango and Instagram.
The app is free for SMS users and offers a 14-day free trial for all other message types, followed by a monthly or annual subscription.
ping also offers a comprehensive suite of smartphone-based telematics services for fleets, enabling companies and government entities to protect both their assets and employees in the field.
This groundbreaking, voice-based platform can be white-labeled or integrated via SDK into other apps.
About ping: The future is voice.
ping is a patented, cross-platform voice technology that allows users to hear all their messages and email read aloud when touching their device is dangerous, illegal (driving) or inconvenient. Software-only telematics provides drivers, parents, fleets and auto insurers with extensive driving behavior, analysis and reporting.
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