The Ummo App Helps Consumers Become Better at Talking to Crowds

By: Misel Saban - Apr 28, 2016
References: & lifehacker
Public speaking can be a terrifying activity to most, that struggle with talking to large crowds and feeling subject to their nerves. To help consumers become more at ease with such tasks is the Ummo app that analyzes oral presentations and provides constructive and workable feedback by pointing to areas of improvement.

The Ummo app is a voice-recognition software that records one's voice when practicing a presentation and provides feedback. The app tracks time, use of filler phrases, pace and clarity among other stats to help improve the presentation's quality. Since the prep can be done at home, consumers can walk into meetings feeling much more comfortable with the talk they're about to share with the group.

The app is ideal to help consumers feel more comfortable with speaking as well as find ways to avoid leaning on words such as "um" in between thoughts.