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Speechgrinder is Now Speechly

Ottomatias Peura

Oct 23, 2019

1 min read

Speechgrinder has changed its name to Speechly! Our services or products are not affected by the change and we'll continue on building the best spoken language understanding tools for developers as Speechly.

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Great news from Helsinki! Speechgrinder has been operating for two years now and our tools and services are getting ready for prime time. Soon we will be able to release public documentation for our tools and APIs and you can start building the next voice killer apps with our cutting-edge technology.

While we get ready for our big launch, we've also decided to change our name from Speechgrinder to Speechly. The new, shorter name will serve us well in the upcoming months when we are finalizing our documentation and start expanding to US market.

All our services, including APIs will be migrated to new domain speechly.com, but the name change won't affect our current customers in any way.

You can find us on social media with our new name, too:

If you have any questions be it about our name change or something else, don't hesitate to send us a mail at hello@speechly.com. The full press release can be found here.

Welcome to the startup world, Speechly!

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