Category: speech recognition
It’s been over 2 years since Dragon 6 was released but it still has bugs. As with previous Dragon releases the speech recognition is excellent but the stability is problematic. My suggestion is to stay with Dragon version 5 if you own it. It strikes the best balance between accuracy and stability. However, if you…
Looking for a review of Version 6? Click here! Today Dragon Dictate Version 5 (renamed “Dragon for Mac”) was released. It’s a major upgrade from Nuance who are the creators of Dragon Naturally Speaking. They have flagged the importance of this release with the name change from â€˜Dragon Dictateâ€™ to simply â€˜Dragon for Macâ€™. It…
Click to read the specs from Nuance on their new Dragon for Mac 5. Or you can check out my own initial thoughts and review here.
Regular readers of Macintoshhowto.com will know that one of my favourite pieces of software is Dragon Dictate for Macintosh. Well the latest version, ‘Dragon for Mac’, appeared today at nuance.com. Check out my review of here. I just purchased it but there are a few different prices around!
The built-in Mavericks OS X speech recognition is a good piece of Voice recognition software to give you a taste of what speech recognition is like, but not as good as Dragon Dictate. This is mainly due to the complete lack of any correction capability. Here’s how it compares to Dragon Naturally Speaking, and how to…
If you buy Dragon Dictate it comes with a built-in Microphone that will do the job, but if you buy the download version you’ll need to buy your own microphone. Here are some of the options you have.
I’ve been waiting for almost 10 years for Dragon Naturally Speaking to arrive on the Macintosh! Â And finally it’s here – Â Dragon Dictate.
You can buy the normal version of Dragon Dictate from the US and it will still work with an Australian accent.
Some tips on how to use Macspeech Dictate well.