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iListen 1.7 Adds Intel Mac Support, More

iListen 1.7 Adds Intel Mac Support, More

by , 7:45 AM EDT, June 19th, 2006

MacSpeech announced the immediate availability of iListen 1.7 on Monday. iListen is a speech recognition application that lets you control your Mac with your voice and enter text into applications without using the keyboard. The updated version is a Universal Binary application capable of running natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. It also offers faster voice training, improved accuracy and voice commands, supports multiple user accounts, and includes several bug fixes and interface enhancements.

iListen 1.7 is priced starting at US$99 for the software only version, or $149 with a noise canceling microphone. Upgrades from version 1.6 cost $39.95.

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