Monday, 24 January 2011
Plenty of uses especially when you start passing the iPad around the class. Each child getting chance to speak and you start to build up a story. The story is typed out, you can edit, add pictures and then post or print out a finished story. Really simple, very straightforward.
"This should get a lot of iPad owners excited. Dragon Dictation, which has been so popular on the iPhone, is now available for the iPad.
The app is free for a limited time, and adds some new features to the original iPhone version. The app also includes a new Dragon Dictation Notes feature that lets users speak and save drafts of documents, emails, to-do lists, social media status updates, and more.
"Dragon Dictation has proven to be a must-have app for iPhone and iPod touch, so it made sense to immediately extend those benefits to iPad," said Michael Thompson, senior vice president and general manager, Nuance Mobile. "The iPad is a unique and remarkable device, and with the Dragon Dictation App users can experience added flexibility and convenience as they quickly convert speech into text."
Posted by Fred Blogs at 14:02