NEW YORK, June 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SimulScribe, the U.S. leader in voicemail-to-text services, announced today the launch of SimulSays Beta, a free, downloadable visual voicemail application for the BlackBerry 8800 series, BlackBerry Pearl, BlackBerry Curve and Windows Mobile devices. With SimulSays Beta users can scroll, click and listen to voicemail messages on their phone's display; saving time and money. Users can instantly select any voice message at random to play back with a simple click on the handset. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070627/NEW028LOGO ) When SimulSays Beta is combined with SimulScribe's award wining voicemail-to-text service, users can also read their voicemail messages in the application. SimulSays Beta integrates with the mobile phone's contact book, allowing users to reply to the known caller's message by phone, text message or e-mail. SimulSays Beta is currently available at http://www.SimulSays.com or at mobile.SimulSays.com from a handset. "I've been testing SimulSays Beta for a few weeks now and find it indispensable," said Josh Rubin of coolhunting.com. "SimulSays Beta beat Apple's iPhone to visual voicemail and took it a step further, you can read your voicemail if you combine it with SimulScribe's voicemail-to-text service." Once downloaded, the SimulSays Beta application is launched directly from the BlackBerry's main menu. SimulSays Beta requires very little power and always notifies users of new voicemail messages, even when the application is closed. SimulScribe will be rolling out SimulSays on additional mobile platforms in the coming months. "We strive to deliver voicemail in better, easier and more useful ways," said James Siminoff, founder and CEO of SimulScribe. "SimulSays Beta was created to give our customers better control of their voicemail, saving them time and money. SimulSays Beta is ideal for people looking to add visual voicemail functionality to their existing mobile phones without having to purchase an Apple iPhone." About SimulScribe SimulScribe's award wining service converts voicemail to text and delivers it via e-mail or SMS. Voicemail transcribed through SimulScribe's patented technology is delivered in near real-time with the caller's phone number in the e-mail subject line, transcribed voice message in the body and an attached audio file of the original message. SimulScribe provides unlimited voicemail box storage and the voice recognition system has a transcription accuracy of over 95 percent. The company has received numerous awards including: PC Magazine's coveted Four Star Rating, The Business 2.0 Next Net 25 and The Applied Voice Input/Output Society's Best Speech-enabled Unified Communication Solution. SimulScribe's service works with all wireless and wire-line network providers and new users can sign up at http://www.SimulScribe.com.