The InTag speech interface
The world’s first ergonomic user interface. For all of us.
The Triumph of Simplicity
Bypass the mouse & touchpad to interact with your computer directly
InTagTM makes speech control a natural part of Windows. It automatically superimposes numbers on Window controls and your application's menus and controls.
To tell your computer what you want to do, you no longer need to point and click, you simply say the number of the application, menu, control or link you wish to access.
Whether you're accessing your email, navigating through your files and folders, surfing the web, controlling your desktop, accessing your company’s proprietary applications or navigating your Netflix queue and Facebook feed. You just have to follow the numbers. Once you've learned to control one application with Intag, you've learned to control them all.
You don't have to remember hundreds of commands.
Just numbers, plain and simple.
The Intag Speech Interface is used in both the VoiceComputer and Intag applications
Intag gives you back your choice
InTag gives you more ways than ever to control your computer:
- by keyboard
- by mouse
- by touchpad
- by voice
Before InTag, it was possible but quite difficult to switch comfortably from mouse or touchpad control to speech control. Now, you now have the freedom to use the computer however you want.
InTag provides freedom of control - you can control your computer your way with seamless switching between the controls you want to use, whenever you want to use them.
Stop letting complicated, expensive, or inadequate ergonomic technology and equipment stop you from being free to use your computer without pain.
InTag isn't the first numbers-based interface,
but it's the first to get it right
Whenever you access a link, menu or control, open or close a program, or switch between applications, InTag continues to number every control, enabling you to quickly drill through web pages and applications.
The simplicity of InTag’s standard user interface cannot by overstated.
Every program you use, use the same basic set of commands. Dragon and other speech programs require hundreds and thousands of commands. InTag lets you control your computer and your applications with just five basic commands:
- Click x (or just x) where ‘x’ is the number of the control you wish to access
- Double Click x (or Double x)
- Right Click x (or Right x)
- Drag x to y (where you wish object x to y)
(Additional commands include “Close InTag”, “InTag that” (to reopen), “InTag start menu”, “InTag desktop”, “InTag taskbar” (or “zero”). And other variations like “Shift-click x,” “Control-click x,” “Control-click x and y” …)
Stop Clicking Around!
SImpler to use than an ergonomic mouse, and faster than other speech programs, InTag makes accessibility simple
With other speech programs like Dragon, you need to learn hundreds of commands to control your computer. Dragon probably has 50-100 commands for this screen alone.*
But, even after you’ve memorized the commands, and you’re in the middle of a project and wish to open an email...
Are you really going to say:?
Move down 7
(And maybe Move up 1 because you moved down too far)
to select the correct email?
and then say Open Mail,
just to open one message?
More likely you’re going to grab your mouse to point and click on the email you wish to open.
If you’re like most Dragon users, you’ll slowly use speech recognition less and less because controlling your computer with Dragon is just not worth the hassle.
* Dragon is so difficult to use that Dragon trainers often provide 6-12 hours of training just to use Outlook (at $150. / hour!)
VoiceComputer makes speech control a natural part of Windows by automatically placing numbers on your application's menus and controls.
With VC, anything you might want to do, you can do by just saying the number.
Time for an advanced course in controlling Outlook
26 to reply to a message
19 to create a new message
49 to open the message
22 to delete a message
48 to page up in the messages
67 to switch to the calendar
12 to select the View menu
96 to open a link if one of the emails had a link numbered ‘96’ *
Drag 49 to 54 to drag a message to the accessibility folder **
3 to minimize the window
* Dragon commands don’t let you open links in emails. Dragon even makes it difficult to open attachments.
** With Dragon, you’d need to create a custom command to drag messages to folders that you've created.
The world’s only global speech interface
We believe in breaking the barriers of accessibility
Disclaimer: VoiceComputer and InTag are provided as is out-of-the-box. Any additional customization or modifications, aside from genuine bug issues, will be provided on a requested and mutually agreed to/negotiated contract basis as additional cost to the end user.
Be pain-free at your PC
Computer Control with Just Your Voice
The idea behind VoiceComputer and InTag was to build the ultimate desktop experience. We re-invented/re-engineered computer control to take the repetitive out of repetitive stress, the stress out of repetitive computing.
We make accessibility simple.