Voice and language solutions provider Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN) released Wednesday its Dragon Dictate for Mac 3, a voice recognition software for the Mac systems.
With increased accuracy and feature updates, Dragon Dictate lets people quickly and easily create and edit content, and command and control their favorite Mac applications by voice – anytime, anywhere, informs the company.
Dragon Dictate uses the Dragon NaturallySpeaking voice recognition technology to let Mac users simply speak to see their words instantly captured in real time on their screen.
Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 is claimed to be the most robust version of Dictate yet, with a 15 percent increase in accuracy, new Smart Format Rules and new correction capabilities for a personalized experience, wideband Bluetooth support, the ability to transcribe recorded audio files from a single speaker, and more.
Earlier, Nuance said that the next generation of Swype, a learning, living touch input keyboard, supports the Hinglish language – a mixture of Hindi and English languages used in India. (Read: Hindi + English = Hinglish with Swype in India)
“Dragon Dictate delivers an incredibly powerful voice experience for the Mac community, with the ability to not only speak text for documents, emails and more, but also command and control the Mac applications and features people use the most,” said Peter Mahoney, chief marketing officer for Nuance and senior VP, Dragon.
Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 is available for pre-order starting at $199.99. Registered owners of Macspeech Dictate or Dragon Dictate can purchase an upgrade for $149.99 through Nuance’s website, as well as its global network of reseller partners, software retailers and professional sales organizations.
According to the company, Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 will be available to purchase as a download beginning on September 13, 2012. All other orders will begin shipping the week of September 24, 2012.