Developer Kyle Graham quietly released a new WordPress plugin this week called VoicePress. VoicePress lets you blog with your voice, as seen in the video just after the jump. This post was written using VoicePress, and the accuracy of the voice recognition is pretty solid.
The plugin adds small microphone icons to the title and content area, allowing you to speak your blog posts, sentence by sentence, and see them written out for you.
The plugin only works with the Chrome browser right now, so you might have to step away from your favorite browser to play with it right now. Check out our own preview video just after the jump.
The VoicePress site is pretty slim right now, with just a basic demo video and a download button. You can use the beta code VP-WP-DEV to download it right away, though I’m not sure how long that code will continue to work.
There doesn’t seem to be a clear public release date at this point, but you can follow the developer on Twitter to track the progress. When easily available, is this something you would like to use on your own WordPress blog?