Spoken reasons is the brainchild of the movie critic John Oliver.
He created the app in 2015 to show people how to speak like a real person without sounding like a robot.
His goal was to be as authentic as possible while also allowing people to speak in a way that was not robotic.
Spoken reasons, which started in 2016, lets users create their own personalized, spoken reasons.
You can ask for more info on a story, say something witty, or share something with friends, family or a coworker.
You are also able to use your voice to describe a story or make a point.
If you want to be heard, you need to ask for it and be heard.
Spoken reason is a $2 million product from a company called Spoken.
Spoke says its products allow people to express themselves without being robotic.
“I love to be able to speak, to tell the truth,” Oliver said.
“When I speak I’m not saying I’m the best person in the room.
I’m just saying the truth.”
Oliver has created his own style of spoken reason that he says is less robotic.
He doesn’t tell his audience exactly what he wants to say.
Instead, he says he tells them, “I’m really, really sorry for being such a horrible person.”
Spoken reason has been downloaded more than 3 million times.
Spokes has been featured in major publications like the Wall Street Journal, Business Insider and the New York Times.
It is also being used by celebrities including LeBron James, Seth MacFarlane, Kevin Hart, John Legend and others.
Oliver said he doesn’t want to get too into what Spoken means.
“It’s like a word that I learned growing up, like I said, I’m a good person,” Oliver told Axios.
“That’s the whole point of it.
I just wanted to give it to you guys.”
Spoke is also available in Spanish and Italian.