Daily Deal: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 PC Home

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Speech-to-text software has come a long way over the years and, while it’s not perfect, it can still a great tool for increasing productivity. For 50% off, we’re offering Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 PC Home from Nuance. This latest update of Dragon sets up easily and now works with most built-in laptop and some Bluetooth mics for greater flexibility. You can create custom word lists and use an audio playback option to help with proofreading. The license allows you to download Dragon to two computers, and it’s offered in American English, UK English, French or German. We’re offering Dragon Dictate 4 for Mac at 50% off as well.

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Roger Strong (profile) says:


Are you claiming that DRM is applied to user-generated or user-purchased content? The customer’s dictated text can’t be transferred, copied or format-shifted?

Or do you merely mean that the program uses DRM, in the sense that the iTunes software or a movie player – EXCLUDING the music or movies – is locked down?

Or do you not see the difference?

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