Digital voice recording adds the personal touch



On-line personal column TheRightChemistry.com has introduced digital voice recording to its site so that users can hear each others voices and read each...



On-line personal column TheRightChemistry.com has introduced digital voice recording to its site so that users can hear each others voices and read each other's words without having to exchange telephone numbers - yet.

Using wave files, the service allows romance seekers browsing through the written ads on its site to listen to the voice recordings of advertisers as well.

Replies can then be made on-line or via the voice messaging system which then forwards messages to advertisers in an e-mail.

According to the company, the voice service was introduced after a survey revealed that 73 per cent of its customers rated an attractive voice as important in a partner, while 84 per cent said a voice message would help them to decide whether or not to contact the other person.

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