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Dragon Notes is marginally useful on its own, and is mainly helpful as a tech demo for Nuance's speech recognition technology. Here's our Dragon Notes review.
£17 inc VAT
For the average user, the OCR (optical character recognition software) that comes bundled with their scanner is more than enough for most of their needs. In fact,…
£80 inc VAT
Here's our review of the Windows-based speech recognition software, Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking Premium 12.5.
£96 inc VAT
This program is designed to help organise scanned documents. It allows the creation and sharing of PDFs and includes basic OCR.
£100 inc VAT
Dragon Dictate 3 builds on the already great voice-recognition software for Mac, adding some small improvements. Here's our Dragon Dictate 3 review.
£130 inc VAT
Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 Premium is the only worthwhile option if you are looking for good speech-recognition software. Even at version 13 Naturally…
£140 inc VAT
Dragon NaturallySpeaking remains the number one speech-recognition software tool for dictation. But version 12 brings relatively little new to the party. Here's our…
£149 inc VAT
Voice-recognition software has come a long way in the past few years.
£150 inc VAT
This Ultimate edition of Nuance’s OmniPage is the successor to version 18, so you might think there wasn’t a great deal more that such programs can offer. Actually,…
£170 inc VAT
Omnipage Pro 17 offers industrial-strength OCR (optical character recognition) for office environments, but it comes at a premium price.
£289 inc VAT
Nuance OmniPage Professional 18 is the latest and greatest version of Nuance's best software for OCR - the optical character recognition of scanned text pages.
£300 inc VAT
Never mind fussing with a mouse: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 Professional lets you talk to your PC to take care of all kinds of business.
£505 inc VAT