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Each cat has their own unique vocabulary that they use to communicate with their owners consistently when in the same context. For example, a cat can have their own distinct meow for “food” or for “let me out.” This is not necessarily a language, as cats do not share the same meows to communicate the same things with each other, but we can use Machine Learning to interpret an individual cat’s meows and translate that into a human readable language. MeowTalk by Akvelon gives your cat a voice!

Using machine learning MeowTalk instantaneously translates your cat’s meows into one of nine general cat intents; these nine intents represent cat moods and states of mind and are as follows:

- Happy/Content
- Defense
- Angry
- Attack
- Mother Call
- Mating Call
- In Pain
- Resting
- Hunting

In addition to these nine general intents, each cat also has a unique vocabulary of meows. You can train the MeowTalk app to learn your cat’s unique vocabulary of meows by telling the app what each meow means when your cat makes it. When you give the app 5 to 10 examples of a specific meow for your cat (e.g. “food”, “let me out”) the app can start to recognize that meow when it hears it. The meow recognition is updated once a day so it may take up to 24 hours for the app to start recognizing the new word after you have provided the training information.

To train the app to learn a specific meow pick a context where you know with certainty what your cat is trying to say (e.g. at feeding time the cat is saying “food”, at the door the cat is saying “let me out”). Use the app to translate those meows. You will get one of the nine general intents as a translation, select “No, Change it” and then provide the correct translation. Repeat this 5 to 10 times then wait up to 24 hours for the app to update and learn your cat’s new word.

Reach out to the MeowTalk Team anytime with ideas or issues at meowtalk@akvelon.com


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Version History

Launched Jul 30, 2020 (6 months ago).

Releasing new versions every less than a minute, on average.

Jul 30
Version 0.3.2

New Features:
- Update UI/UX
- Translation Variations
- Localization support for Greek, Italian, and Ukrainian
- User-friendly error messages

- Fixed issue with the "Listening..." icon being frozen after restoring from background
- Fixed issue causing crashes with audio interruptions during active recognition

Jul 30
Version 0.3.0

- In this version, we add some highly demanded feature: a possibility to edit and delete the history.
- Improve stability. 
- The version contains bug fixes and improvements.

Thank you for using our MeowTalk application!

Jul 30
Version 0.2.3

In this release, we've made the app even more interesting and nice:
- added anonymous user experience - now you don't have to create an account to start using the app, try MeowTalk in action immediately
- now there is a neighborhood cat in the application - if you don't have your own cat, or you don't have time to create its profile, or maybe you just met a cat on a walk or at neighbors, you can still translate any cat's meows with the modified recognition algorithm
- the user interface has become more comfortable and intuitive
- even more fun in the free version of the application and fantastic capabilities in a premium version

Jul 30
Version 0.2.2

- Update PrivacyPolicy
- Paid content added;
- Updated UI and better UX
- Minor bugfixing and improvements

Jul 30
Version 0.2.1

Improved recognition performance - сat voice recognition has moved from the server entirely to the device.
Small improvements and bugfixes.

Jul 30
Version 0.1.2

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