RambleFix: Unilad Co-Founder’s Next Big Thing Makes Talking the New Typing

Press Release: February 14, 2024

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RambleFix: Unilad Co-Founder’s Next Big Thing Makes Talking the New Typing
HORSHAM, UK. 13th February 2024 – Picture this: You’re staring blankly at the screen, the cursor blinking mockingly as you grapple with a creative block. Translating your complex ideas into written form appears daunting. That’s where RambleFix, the latest brainchild of Unilad co-founder Jamie Street, comes into play. It acts as a bridge between your mind and the digital page, effortlessly translating your spoken words into well written text, freeing you from creative standstill.

Since its soft launch last year, RambleFix has grown its user base to over 3,500 and has been used more than 20,000 times. RambleFix is not just a concept, for many it has become a writing tool essential in their daily tasks. By dictating their thoughts, users can significantly reduce the time it takes to reply to emails, create content or jot down an idea. RambleFix offers a starting point for anyone facing a blank page.

When asked why he created RambleFix, Jamie responded “Like many, I find it much easier to speak my ideas. I find there’s something about speaking out loud that helps my words flow easier”. He continued “We spend more time each day talking than we do typing, so why not lean on that skill more”.

Jamie Street, Unilad’s co-founder, revealed “it started as a simple tool for my own personal use, I shared it on Reddit and it was clearly something people found useful”. He continued “many adopted it into their daily workflows”.

While Unilad has entertained millions worldwide, RambleFix offers a tool for individuals to effortlessly share their own narratives, eliminating the hurdle of conventional typing.

So, if you’re tired of typing or just prefer to keep things vocal, RambleFix might just be your new best friend. It’s all about turning your spoken gems into written gold, and who knows, it might just make those to-do lists or creative projects a little less daunting.

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