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Transgender people find their voices with this mobile app.
March 30, 2017 · Denver, Colorado
From schools and healthcare to safety and identification, issues affecting transgender people are in the news every day.
Many transgender people struggle with expressing themselves as their true selves. One major hurdle in a successful gender transition is the individual’s voice, which does not easily express their gender identity without adequate, professional training.
Kathe Perez, of Exceptional Voice, Inc., with co-creator Annika Kappenstein offer the solution in an iOS app called Eva (Exceptional Voice App). Eva is a unique interactive voice-coaching program, and has been created for both transgender women (EvaF) and transgender men (EvaM). Luna, our new team member, is a three-time startup CTO and entrepreneur, and has been developing iOS apps for nearly a decade.
Eva’s unique voice training methodology consists of video-based instruction and practice, as well as several targeted self-guided exercises per lesson that use specifically designed visual tools to translate the individual’s voice output into an easily recognizable representation on the mobile screen. A series of visually interactive tools provide the user with a straightforward and playful learning experience.
Currently, Eva has over 10,000 users in more than 30 countries.
Eva consists of two iOS apps–EvaF for trans women wanting to feminize their voices and EvaM, our trans masculine voice program.
Eva’s Brand Ambassador program is designed to make the best use of our existing fans in order to spread the word about this life-enhancing program.