Nuance’s Dragon Recorder lets iOS users capture their voice and transcribe it later

Nuance's Dragon Recorder lets iOS users capture their voice and transcribe it later

Nuance is out with the Dragon Recorder iOS app, allowing its Dragon customers to use an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch as a voice recorder to capture their own voice, and then transcribe the recordings into any application on the Mac or PC with Dragon speech recognition. According to the official press release, more than half of Nuance’s current Dragon customers have requested a way to use their smartphones to capture their thoughts on the go. In that sense, the iOS app is just a start and we expect to see the application hitting other platforms like Android and Windows Phone in the near future.

Aside from audio recording (in WAV format), Dragon Recorder also allows users to playback, fast forward, rewind and append to their recordings as necessary and then use either iTunes or a Wi-Fi network, to transfer their audio files from the mobile device to their PC or Mac for an accurate transcription from Dragon NaturallySpeaking or MacSpeech Scribe…

Dragon Recorder (FREE) [iTunes link]

  • PoD

    Great! But when does this happen on Android?

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