I know many people can’t type (at least not touch type at any reasonable speed) and of course some people are disabled and can’t type. One solution for many is dictation software that types your characters (or opens software and runs macros) from your spoken word.
Nuance’s Dragon Naturally Speaking has been updated to version 12 and is more accurate than ever, according to their recent announcement.
According to their press release, Dragon 12 now boasts a 20 percent improvement to out-of-the-box accuracy, faster performance and new technology that learns your preferences as you use the software. Further, Dragon 12 works better than ever with Gmail and Hotmail, and extends the free Dragon Remote Microphone App experience to Android, turning compatible Android phones into a wireless microphone for Dragon for PC.
Another thing about dictation software is that the more you use it the better it gets to know your voice and accuracy improves.
Dragon Naturally speaking also has an app that lets you use your smartphone to dictate over a WiFi network to your computer.
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