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Nuance Unveils Dragon Dictate for Mac 3

Dragon Dictation BannerWith interest in speech recognition at an all time high, Nuance has today announced Dragon Dictate for Mac 3, the latest version of its desktop speech recognition software for the Mac.

Dragon Dictate has been developed to be even easier to use, to help users unleash their creativity and boost their productivity, whether they’re using Dragon for business or pleasure, and whether they’re new to Dragon or not. Highlights of the new version include:

Editorial : Dragon Dictate For Mac

Dragon® Dictate® for Mac® 2.5 allows users to enter text and control their Mac by voice instead of using a keyboard and mouse. Turn ideas into text at the speed of thought so you can communicate more freely and persuasively. Just say words and watch them appear on the computer screen. Tell your Mac what to do and it obeys your commands.

At the EssentialMac.co.uk we use Dragon Dictate as a matter of course when reviewing.  Personally I find that it helps articulate thoughts and ideas without the confines of a keyboard.

Nuance Dragon Express, an attempt to bring Siri to the Mac?

It seems that the age of speech recognition has been set alight by Siri.  Vlingo might have been getting all the attention recently as an alternative but Dragon Apps have been around a lot longer but with reduced functionality.  Dragon Dictation for Mac is a favourite app on the Mac for me right now so my ears pricked up when I came across Dragon Express.

Not having a chance to play with the app just yet it’s certainly shaping up to be an almost Siri like experience for the mac.  Command’s such as