Free & Premium Caller ID Reader App From iSpeech Now Available For BlackBerry

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While at the BlackBerry App World 2.0 event in NYC I ran into iSpeech, creators of, who gave me a preview of their upcoming Caller ID Reader App. The new app, available as of today, reads the caller’s name or phone number of all incoming calls out loud so you don’t have to take your eyes off the road while driving. Some of the benefits include:

  • Stay Connected
    Multi-task without having to look at your phone each time it rings
  • Do it Your Way
    Select when and which calls to answer without looking at your phone
  • Keep it Safe
    Stop looking at your phone to see who’s calling while busy or driving
  • Hands-Free
    Caller ID Reader™ is Bluetooth compatible

Caller ID Reader is available as a free and premium version. The free version reads a caller’s names or number out loud but prompts you with an upgrade message every third use. Caller ID Reader Pro removes the upgrade message for $3.95 semi‐annually or $9.95 one time. To download the app go to or search for it in the BlackBerry App World. More info in the press release after the jump.

Press Release

Incoming Caller’s Name Now Read Aloud with Caller ID Reader™ App

No More Looking at Mobile Phones While Driving to See Who’s Calling

Newark, NJ (June 23, 2010) ‐ iSpeech®, creator of™, the award‐winning, free mobile app aimed to stop distracted driving, is announcing Caller ID Reader™ App. The new mobile application reads aloud the caller’s name or phone number of all incoming calls.

Caller ID Reader™ is an easy solution for BlackBerry® and Android® device users to know who’s calling without having to take their eyes off the road or other tasks at hand. Caller ID Reader™ is compatible with most popular Bluetooth devices to make driving even safer by helping to stop distracted driving. Caller ID Reader™ combined with™ promotes safe driving by reading aloud an incoming caller’s name or number as well as incoming text messages (SMS) and email messages.

The free version of the Caller ID Reader™ app reads the incoming caller’s name or phone number with an upgrade message every third use. The free version can be upgraded to Caller ID Reader™ Pro, which removes the upgrade message for $3.95 semi‐annually or $9.95 one time. Both the free and pro version are available on BlackBerry App World, Android Market, and other app stores and platforms soon.

“Caller ID Reader™ App is a simple way to eliminate the need to look at your mobile phone while driving,” says Heath Ahrens, iSpeech CEO. “With™ reading out emails and SMS messages and Caller ID Reader™ speaking out the incoming caller’s name, there is really no excuse to look at your phone while driving.”

The use of wireless devices and their accessories while driving may cause distraction. iSpeech®, Inc. does not encourage or endorse texting while driving or the unsafe use of any device while driving. Use of devices should be discontinued if they interfere with your driving concentration. Additionally, the use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products.

iSpeech®,™ and Caller ID Reader™ are trademarks of iSpeech, Inc.; all other products or service names are the property of their respective owners. © 2010 iSpeech, Inc. All rights reserved.

About iSpeech®, Caller ID Reader™ and™
Since its consumer launch 9 months ago, the™ App aimed to curb texting while driving has officially read over 150,000,000 text and email messages to drivers free of charge– helping to keep their eyes on the road. Millions of people use, making™ the leader in mobile app solutions aimed to stop texting while driving.

Caller ID Reader™ and™ utilize iSpeech® text to speech and speech to text software as a service (SaaS) in hopes of reducing the danger created by the growing number of people who are prone to distracted driving. For more information or to download the apps please visit and iSpeech® is a privately held company headquartered in Newark, NJ.