Voices Releasing New Apple Watch App
London, ON | April 22, 2015
Voices.com Inc.’s cross-platform mobile apps have given its dual-sided customer base of international voice over talent and business clients access to the award-winning marketplace on the go. With the recent release of Apple Watch, Voices is proud to announce the launch of its newest app offering for this exciting new platform.
Voices’s Apple Watch app will take advantage of the unique screen size by building on voice-over talents’ most-relied upon features of the current iOS app offering by the company. The newest app, which is currently being built, will include the following features for talent:
- Push notifications for the events that matter to the user the most, such as audition requests
- The ability to quickly swipe through current job postings that match the user’s Voices profile
- High-level job details so that a user will at a glance know if the opportunity is the right fit for their talents. The app will also let users, right from their wrists, dig a bit deeper and review additional information for any given job
- Connection capabilities that allow users to tap through to launch the iOS app on an iPhone or iPad
“The Apple Watch is opening the door to a entire host of voice-enabled apps,” says David Ciccarelli, CEO and Co-Founder. “The emerging technology of wearables means that there are new opportunities for both voice professionals and content creators. Voices is primed to support this evolution with our soon-to-be-released app.”
Voices strives to achieve amazing things through the talent and faith of ordinary people. Voices is the online marketplace that connects businesses with voice over talent. More than 250,000 people from companies like ABC, NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, Sony, Audible, Comcast, Bell Canada, Google, Microsoft, Cisco, Western Union, American Airlines, Toyota, Ford and GM as well as organizations such as the US Army and the US Government entrust the Voices online marketplace with their stories and collaborate online.