Difference between Earfy and standard dictation engines

Some people ask us why they should by Earfy instead of using the standard dictation function on their phone or tablet. First of all you shouldn’t buy Earfy if you are pleased with the results of standard dictation. However, we have been putting...
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Caring Entrepreneurship Fund

We are honored to announce that Earfy got selected by the Caring Entrepreneurship Fund of the King Baudouin Foundation. We are now officially a Fellow of their Health Entrepreneurs program. Thank you for your support!
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iOS Version Available

Just a short update for those who did not receive our update by email: the iOS version of Earfy is available in the app store since 2 months. It works on iPhone and iPad iOS versions 10 and higher. It turns speech in live captions/subtitles, so that you...
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New Earfy functions based on user feedback!

The new versions of our Earfy app (iOS and Android) come with some new innovative functions. All of these are based on user feedback and will become available in the next few weeks. Thanks a lot for your involvement! Let’s introduce our new functions...
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The ideal setup

Users of the Earfy app often ask us about the optimal hardware setup, in order to get the best possible output from the app. It is hard to give a good advise on this matter, since there are many device brands and software versions. However, we have some...
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Multilingual feedback sessions

We have organized multiple feedback sessions for our app (Earfy subtitles for live captions of conversations). Most of them with Dutch D&HoHP and we would now like to proceed gathering feedback in other languages (English, German, French, Spanish,...
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Streaming Earfy to multiple screens

There are situations that ask for sharing the subtitles generated by Earfy, for example: One on one conversations, where the speaker wants to see his/her subtitles Classroom situations, where subtitles can be streamed to a big screen (tv or beamer) Solutions...
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Good speaking habits

Good speaking habits in terms of pronunciation, speed, articulation, etc. help to clearly communicate in almost any situation. This is especially true if your conversation partner has hearing loss. Speaking clearly enables your conversation partner to...
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New user testing day

We are organizing a new series of user tests, starting February 24. Tests are organized together with Ugent, IMEC and Fevlado. We use a personalized version of the Google Sprint methodology. This includes user-tests in a realistic context. Interested...
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Academic partners

We are very pleased to announce that we came to an agreement to cooperate in research programs with some local academic partners: IMEC, University of Ghent and KU Leuven. Research will focus on the use of text to speech in communication with deaf and...
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