Nuance has released a version of its Dragon voice recognition software for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Dragon Dictation uses a server located at Nuance to translate your spoken words into text. It can then be saved, Emailed, or posted to Twitter, among other options. We're unsure as to the accessibility of this software, but it is free, so if you're an iPod Touch or iPhone 3GS user, you might as well try it. Report your results in the comments. Via The Apple CoreSource: Go to source
I just want to point out that I downloaded this app last night, and it isn't currently accessible. The buttons are unfortunately unlabeled. I'm going to contact Nuance to see about whether or not they can fix this.
Wolfy Wednesday, 09-Dec-2009 12:51 PM ET:
I've download this app and it works with no probley, the center button is the recording button after pressing that the button starts to be labeled.
DPinWI Thursday, 10-Dec-2009 10:32 AM ET:
I wonder what the filre turnaround is...
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