Nuance hinted that a search app was on the way when they announced their iPhone dictation app, and now it’s here and ripe for the picking. Using voice alone, you can search Wikipedia, Google, Bing, Yahoo!, Twitter, YouTube, and iTunes simultaneously with Dragon Search – just switch tabs to get the different results. Even if the voice transcription is a little off, you can pick from a list of suggested queries relatively easily. Bing and Google have voice-activated iPhone search in their own respective apps, but Nuance has a good thing going by enabling so many engines at once. You can download the Dragon Search app for free (for a limited time) from the iTunes App Store here, but you can take a closer look at the app over at Nuance.