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Monday, November 1, 2010
Powered by Dragon NaturallySpeaking, Dragon Dictation is a popular speech-to-text application that allows users to talk into their iPad and have their spoken word converted into text. This easy-to-use app is up to five times faster than typing and allows users to save valuable time simply by using their voice with their iPad.
The Dragon Dictation update now provides multilingual support for US & UK English, German, Italian, French and Spanish. You’re also able to submit your converted text to Twitter and Facebook allowing you to quickly and easily change your status.
A single large red button appears on the screen. Tapping the button starts the record mode. Tapping the screen a second time, ends the record mode.
The voice recognition capabilities seem to be very good as well. My daughter, who has a speech impediment, was able to get good results.