MeowTalk Beta


Your cat will have a voice thanks to MeowTalk by Akvelon! Using many forms of machine learning Your cat’s meows are instantly translated by MeowTalk into one of nine general cat intents. These nine intents correspond to different emotions and mental states that cats experience. However, in addition to these nine fundamental purposes, every cat has its own own manner of vocalization as well as its own lexicon of meows.

You are able to teach the MeowTalk app your cat’s specific vocabulary of meows (also known as “cat talk”) by explaining the app the meaning of each individual meow when your cat makes it. When you offer the app five to ten samples of a specific meow for you and your cat (for example, “food,” “leave me out”), the app can start to recognize that meow when it hears it and act as your cat’s translator.


Using many forms of machine learning Your cat’s meows are instantly translated by MeowTalk into one of nine general cat intents. These nine intents reflect different emotions and states of mind that cats can experience, and they are as follows:

– Happy/Content
– Defense
– Angry
– Attack
– Mother Call
– Mating Call
– In Pain
– Resting
– Hunting

MeowTalk Beta

Developer: Akvelon Inc.

Price: free

Rating: 4.9

Available Version: 1.0.1

How to uninstall the application:

  1. Go into your settings
  2. Go into the Applications Manager
  3. Uninstall the MeowTalk Beta app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.


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To teach the app a specific meow, choose a situation in which you are quite positive that you know what your cat is trying to communicate (for example, when it’s feeding time, your cat is saying “food,” and when it’s at the door, your cat is saying “let me out”). Make use of the app to decipher those cat sounds. You will be presented with one of the nine general intents as a translation option; after reviewing it, pick “No, Change It,” and then supply the appropriate translation. After you have done this anywhere from five to ten times, wait anywhere from one to twenty-four hours for the app to refresh and learn your cat’s new term.


I had only used the Beta version, which was significantly more streamlined and user-friendly than earlier versions. The random cat profiles that can’t be deleted, the abundance of pop-up ads, and the fact that the fundamental functionality are locked behind a paywall are all things that bother me about this website. I want to give it a two because of all of the inconveniencies and unneeded buggering, but because my experience with the beta version was so good and seemed to do what it stated it could do, at times with pinprick accuracy, for that I’d give it a five – the good and the bad together: I’d give it 3.5

The software has a fascinating idea behind it, but it appears to be in its early stages of development at this point. For instance, you are unable to make post-mortem changes to the history of the sounds that your cats have made in the past. For instance, while I was looking over it all, I noticed that a sound she was making should be “hello,” but I am unable to go back and change it at this stage in the construction of the app. The idea behind it is intriguing, but in all candor, I wish I had waited to make the purchase until they added the capability to change the database. At this stage, it is essential that this feature be available.