Nuance has announced the cloud-powered Dragon Anywhere for Android and iOS mobile devices in Australia, delivering the "powerful, professional productivity features of Dragon desktop speech recognition to these devices".
Speaking to our devices was once a sci-fi dream of Star Trek and the Jetsons, but has rapidly evolved into a daily activity for many with smart speakers, phones and more, so why let your computer miss out on all the productive fun?
Mother of software-based Dragons now breathing new life into disability sector is Nuance, whose newly released Dragon Accessibility software has gained the approval of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
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