Why You Should Consider Dragon Naturally Speaking Software FOR Working on the Move!!

Why You Should Consider Dragon Naturally Speaking Software FOR Working on the GO!!

Dragon Naturally Speaking Software was first released in 1997 for Windows computers.. Dragon NaturallySpeaking -Speech recognition  software(also known as automatic speech recognition or computer speech recognition) CONVERTS YOUR SPOKEN WORDS INTO TEXT.

The bottom line folks is that a lot of us are not and will never be proficient or quick typists on a keyboard . If you can relate to this and if you do a lot of work on the move, and dislike actually typing, and want to efficiently use downtime, you really should consider purchasing one of the recently released Dragon Naturally Speaking Version 11 products because it will be money well spent.

The Dragon Naturally Speaking software itself has three main areas of functionality: dictation, text-to-speech and command input

Version 11, which we very highly recommend –  supports 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows XP, Vista and 7. For the Mac OS  a new version of MacSpeech Dictate was released in 2010. There is no Linux product.

In the past dictation using voice recognition software had its detractors mainly because an extensive amount of time was required by the user and/or system provider to train the software and get good accuracy.This was too much hassle for many though. Progress has come steadily however over the years from improved computer performance and larger source text databases. Even if you were a previous detractor you will be surprised at how good version 11 is- REALLY !!

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Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11 Premium

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Key Benefits

  • Talk to your computer and watch your spoken words appear in documents, email and IM’s
  • Your voice is turned into text three times faster than most people type
  • It learns to recognize your voice instantly, and continually improves the more you use it
  • Most accurate version ever, delivering up to 99% accuracy with no spelling errors
  • Browse the Internet: search the Internet, access information, navigate Web pages – all by voice
  • Surf the Web just by speaking within Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and AOL and more
  • New on-screen help and tutorials will make you an expert user in no time
  • Works the way you work: add names, addresses and other words to your custom vocabulary
  • Control menus and dialog boxes by voice in virtually any Microsoft Windows application

There are a number of Version 11 Dragon Naturally Speaking products available with minor but important differences and we suggest you check out the Product Range by clicking the Images Below

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About The Author

Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

I am a self employed Social Media Manager and Consultant.

15 Comments

  • Marquita Herald

    Reply Reply August 16, 2011

    I love learning about all the cool stuff from you … but I can honestly say that I’m probably the last person who would use voice activated anything. I am a very visual person, so I need to see, feel, touch and toss things around to feel connected. I used to do a LOT of local radio interviews and the stations made fun of me all the time because I insisted on going to the station to do the interview so I could see the person I was talking to. I got around that by always bringing my “famous” homemade chocolate chip cookies 🙂

    • Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

      Reply Reply August 16, 2011

      Marquita,

      That is what makes the world a fun place that we all have different skills and qualities. I myself do love to chat and would rather talk than write so I find being able to speak makes my thoughts flow a lot easier. Your chocolate chip cookies sound a perfect way to make lots of friends. As I am visiting London later in the week Dragon will be a great assistance with my work on the go.. All the best Rosemary

  • I have to admit to speaking with a particular accent as English is not my native language. So when I first tried Dragon Naturally Speaking Software back in the late nineties, in spite of my best efforts in training the damn thing, any dictation of mine resulted in a brand new language that even I couldn’t speak.

    I understand the technology has improved in heaps and bounds since but I have been personally insulted ever since!

    Keep the Smiles
    Stevie

  • Raena Lynn

    Reply Reply August 22, 2011

    Hi Rosemary,

    I really like the idea of voice activation. I’ve looked at Dragon before because in the early days, I attempted the technology with newly released voice recognition software and it was far from being user friendly! I’ve heard great things about this software and something I may consider to purchase in the future.

    Your post convinced me that the changes are profound and it would be a beneficial addition to having a great tool which I know I would use.

    Thanks again,
    Raena Lynn

    • Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

      Reply Reply August 22, 2011

      Hi Raena,

      You are very welcome., I am delighted to that you found this post useful. It was well worth the effort to train the software in the early days . But the later editions of the software are so much more friendly and make such a difference to make us more productive with our work. All the best Rosemary

  • Melodie Kantner

    Reply Reply August 23, 2011

    I have been wanting a program like that. It sounds like something that would be real useful.

    • Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

      Reply Reply August 23, 2011

      Melodie,

      Delighted you found this post useful. If you have any suggestion for working on the go do feel free to contact me. All the best Rosemary

  • Dr. Erica Goodstone

    Reply Reply August 23, 2011

    Rosemary,

    Interesting that your post here talks about Dragon Naturally Speaking. I just installed it on my computer last week and have not attempted to use it since then. I did try to locate the app for my DroidX but could not find it. Teach Jim, in his recent webinar suggested using it in my cell phone to post comments – just say them instead of typing them. Do you know where I can access the app for my cell phone?

    Erica

    • Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

      Reply Reply September 25, 2011

      Erica,

      I use an iPhone’s myself and the dragon dicatate app is not available here in Ireland where I live. I have a way around the problem but I would like to double check if this solution would work for you, if you do not mind I will do a post about your problem next week. I do not like to recommend solutions unless I use them or have them researched very well. Many thanks for your question and take care Rosemary

  • Dr. Bob Clarke

    Reply Reply August 23, 2011

    Hi Rosemary,

    I just started using Dragon Dictation on my iPhone and I am having a blast with hit. I have to admit that I haven’t really started using it for my business yet, but I will soon.

    It was fairly accurate in the beginning, but like you said it seems to be “learning” and is improving every time I use it.

    Did not know about the computer versions of this.. will definitely look into it.

    Thanks for sharing this!

    • Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

      Reply Reply August 24, 2011

      Hi Bob,

      A big thank you for your feed back and delighted you are discovering how useful Dragon Dictation is for your personal life and looking forward to hearing about you using it for your business. All the best Rosemary

  • Eldon Beard

    Reply Reply August 24, 2011

    I have Dragon Naturally Speaking on my laptop and highly recommend it. I use it to create entries for my personal journal, as well as to dictate text for blog posts from time to time. Once you become familiar with it, it makes things so much easier.

    • Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

      Reply Reply September 25, 2011

      Elton,

      I was delighted to have my Dragon this week to keep up to date with work as I was working abroad Many thanks for taking the time to comment. All the best Rosemary

  • Peter Fuller

    Reply Reply August 31, 2011

    Hey Rosie

    I am definitely not a very good typist and definitely slow.

    I look at Dragon software years ago, or maybe it was a competitors, but it was hit and miss using it.

    Thanks for the info, I will take a look because no doubt they have improved the software.

    Peter

    • Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

      Reply Reply September 2, 2011

      Peter,

      It might have been the original version of Dragon, our first version of Dragon did take time to train but it was well worth the effort as it saved us so much time . But now they have ironed out the glitches and it does not have difficulty with my Irish accent any more. It is great to think I have given you that extra inspiration to check it out again. All the best Rosemary

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