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Nuance Dragon Dictate for Mac was built from the ground up to ensure the ultimate experience on Mac OS X. Nuance Dragon Dictate provides astounding accuracy for the Mac include a medical edition that supports over 54 medical and dental specialties, and a legal edition that includes a special language model to help you achieve optimal out-of-the-box accuracy when dictating legal terms. An international edition supports English, French, German and Italian. To capture thoughts when you’re away from your desk, MacSpeech Scribe transcribes text from spoken-word audio recordings made on your Mac, iPhone or digital recorder.
The latest version of Nuance Dragon Dictate is similar to the last version, but brings several small changes, along with one important new feature to the program. Dragon Dictate has long depended on what they call the “golden rule”, which said that you could not both dictate into a document and edit it using the keyboard. While you’ve been able to ignore this rule using the program’s built-in notepad, you could not both dictate and edit in other applications, notably Microsoft Word.
Dragon Dictate 2.5 allows users to “violate” the golden rule with Microsoft Word 2011. This has long been possible with Nuance’s Windows program, naturally speaking, but this feature was not available to Mac users. This was also one of the features I mentioned was lacking in the previous version of Dragon Dictate.
The program’s performance is excellent for Mac users, and you will definitely have the feeling that accuracy has improved a bit in this new version. In the programs recognition preferences, there is a slider where you can choose whether you want the program to prioritize speed or accuracy. Dragging it all the way to the Accuracy end, typing was a bit sluggish, but accuracy was excellent. When you move if to the speed end, accuracy was a bit less precise but words appeared on the screen almost immediately, every time you pause. However, some annoying common errors occurred: Dragon Dictate would often type “and” when you say “end”. Adjusting the slider setting to the center turned out to be the best solution.