iListen Gets Dutch Language Support

MacSpeech, Inc. has released a new language version for iListen 1.5.1. iListen is a verbal text utility designed to allow direct speech translation to text on Mac OS X. The update features Dutch language support. According to MacSpeech:

MacSpeech has announced a shipping date for iListen, its speech recognition software, and the appointment of a distributor for the Netherlands.

The new Dutch distributor, Noadis, will introduce the new version of iListen on Saturday, Sept. 28th, at the Klokhuis Apple Day. The one day show, held at De Blokhoeve in Nieuwegein, provides Dutch Apple enthusiasts with a unique opportunity to view a wide range of Apple offerings.

Henk Hodiamont, CEO of Noadis will be giving visitors demonstrations of the iListen program, fresh from its appearance at Macworld Paris two weeks ago. MacSpeech debuted iListen in five languages at the Paris show -- Dutch, UK English, Italian, French and German. Dutch resellers and end-users can place orders at the show for the productis announced shipping date, October, 15th.

You can find more information about the iListen update at the MacSpeech, Inc. Web site. iListen is available for US$99.00.

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