Technology Matters-Dictation Apps

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     ‘Alon Dictaphone‘ is notable for it’s sleek, professional interface.  You can dictate notes and memos swiftly.  Record and share important high-quality sound recordings from your phone or tablet.  To save recordings Alon allows them to be uploaded to cloud-based storage such as Dropbox.  The app is 4-99 for iOS and ten-dollars for Android.

     ‘Dragon Dictation’ uses it’s ‘naturally speaking’ software to turn speech into text at a rate up to five times faster than regular typing.  Write emails, send tweets and post Facebook statuses all by simply speaking into your smartphone.  Dragon Dictation supports a range of languages and has an editing feature to fix typos.  The app is free for iOS and Android.

     ‘Dictadroid‘ is for Android and shares your recorded files with Google or Dropbox.  A further point of note is it’s access to the external quicktate service  This provides you with professional transcriptions of your audio recordings for a pay-as-you-go price.  The app is 3-99.

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