07.12.2012 08:10 AM
If you visit http://developer.att.com/speech, we are conducting a limited time offer to waive the $99 annual fee. This will provide you with free access to the Speech API (and other AT&T APIs) through the remainder of 2012.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
07.13.2012 09:55 PM
Yes - simply click on the "Try it for free" button, and you'll then see the free promo code (APISPH12). Please let me know if for some reason it doesn't work for you.
07.14.2012 04:35 AM
My apologies, there it was on the popup. (In the last line of the fine print, but I still should have seen it.) It could be more obvious, though.
08.09.2012 10:41 AM
Any iOS / Android sample code available? I saw http details, but sample code would certainly encourage use of this API. I'm often in the position of needing to get a sample app up and running quickly to show to management here.
08.09.2012 12:28 PM
Our iOS SDK will be released within next couple weeks and an Android version coming later down the road. The SDK will provide wrappers around the REST APIs, which relieves some of the burden from the developer.
08.17.2012 12:10 AM - edited 08.17.2012 12:15 AM
Thank you! It looks like you have already released it at this link
In there is a PDF, and the iOS API is described in chapter 7. It includes a procedure to get the iOS sample app up and running. Here are a few notes to make it easier:
- Before starting the procedure in paragraph 7.3, download and unzip the small sample app that AT&T has kindly provided at
- In SimpleSpeech-iOS is an empty folder ATTSpeechKit. You need to delete it in order to avoid this error at 7.3 step 3:
"ATTSpeechKit couldn't be copied to SimpleSpeech-iOS because an item with the same name already exists"
- doubleclick on SampleSpeech.xcodeproj, and xcode will start up so you'll be ready to start the procedure at paragraph 7.3
- Optional step 5.6 killed my xcode! I don't know why, but I hope it's not important.
- At step 7.4, I just tapped command-i to compile, and got 3 errors all in the same source file. That file contains the settings and customizations that are described in paragraph 7.4.
- The Keys are not integers, they are strings - so they should look like this:
#define API_KEY @"0x1234"
#define SECRET @"0x567"
- (of course these are the keys provided by AT&T when your app is registered/onboarded/productionized)
Please let me know if I'm missing something. I haven't yet run it because the properly provisioned iPhone wasn't available at work today, and on the Simulator it couldn't find a recording device. Looking forward to trying it again next week (tomorrow I have other meetings)
08.23.2012 07:18 PM
The iOS sample code does run now. Here were the remaining steps:
- The URL for oauth needs an s after http
- API_KEY and SECRET should not have 0x in them
- com.yourname.SpeechSample should be changed: from your Apple Developer License, and SpeechSample needs to be changed to match the app as you registered it with ATT.
Because I can't edit my post here, I put all the steps on my Wiki at http://brss.us/attSpeechApi
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