Monster might not be the most renowned company in the sound equipment industry, but it’s set to introduce some new technology that could revolutionize the music listening experience.
The program is called Speak Music, and it’s basically been designed to compensate for Siri’s lack of skill in finding music on services other than Apple Music (or even on Apple Music, for that matter). So far, the program will be compatible with Spotify, iHeartRadio, and NPR. The program will also come integrated into the newly unveiled MonsterTalk lineup of headphones, which will also allow the program to handle tasks such as pausing, playing, or skipping the music.
Both the program, and MonsterTalk will be released later this month, and apparently won’t require a Wi-Fi connection, so long as mobile date is available.