Dragon Dictation iOS App Finally Launches In Australia

A full year since the Dragon Dictation App launched on the US app store, developers Nuance have finally released the voice recognition software for Australians. And it’s free for a limited time!

The app lets you type whatever you want using your voice, and then send the text as an SMS message or email, update your Twitter or Facebook accounts or copy and paste it into another app. It works fairly well with the Australian accent in our preliminary testing today, although for some reason struggled with the word “Australia”.

Nuance have also launched the Aussie version of the Dragon Search app, which lets you search Google, YouTube, Twitter, Wikipedia and iTunes with the power of your voice. It’s also free for a limited time.

Both are available now on the App Store.


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