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Voice software on android - Help


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I am looking to start using voice recognition software onto a tablet for work. I want to dictate large volumes of work - describing property details on site.eg upto 2 hrs at a time - Hence the desire for something light and portable (Tablet) that will speed up my work productivity

As Dragon only appears to support windows applications (Or rather its android app seems time limited in how much you can dictate? From what I have read) Can anyone recommend a proven stable voice recognition package - Or do I have spend a lot more to buy a tablet that works with Windows in order to use Dragon?

Help and advice appreciated as I am a non technical person and dont want to lash out on an android based tablet to find the voice recognition isnt up to much in the field.

Many thanks in advance

Derek

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"Can anyone recommend a proven stable voice recognition package"

I suggest that you buy an iPad, and then use Dragon Dictation It will suit your needs perfectly, and you'll have that lovely iPad to work with.

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