By  on April 24, 2018

Last week, Adobe quietly acquired Sayspring, a platform specialized in crafting voice interfaces — without the heavy lifting of intense coding — for Google Home and Amazon Alexa. Details regarding the deal were not disclosed. The procurement signals the relevance of voice-activated tools for both end-consumers and professionals looking to streamline workflow.

“The popularity of voice assistants and smart speakers continues to grow. Already, about half of U.S. adults use voice assistants and voice will be a part of every digital interaction within a few years,” said a spokesman for Sayspring. “Now, as part of Adobe, Sayspring will be able to continue pursuing our mission at the scale required for the growing a fast-moving voice ecosystem.”

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