Nuance Offers Dictation App for iPhone
Dec 8, 2009, 9:47 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Nuance Communications announced the availability of Dragon Diction for the iPhone. The application will allow users of the iPhone to dictate text for emails, SMS messages, Facebook and Twitter posts, and it also works with the iPhone's clipboard. As users speak, their speech data is sent to Nuance's servers, translated into text, and returned to the dictation application. The software is a mobile variant of Nuance's Dragon NaturallySpeaking software for desktop PCs. The application is free in the iPhone Apps Store for a limited time and works with iPhones running system 3.1 and up.
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How much for this doosey?
"The application is free in the iPhone Apps Store for a limited time and works with iPhones running system 3.1 and up."
Free, after that who knows. I downloaded it a few ...