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iListen Mac Voice Recognition Software Updated to Version 1.6.5

iListen Mac Voice Recognition Software Updated to Version 1.6.5

by , 5:00 PM EDT, October 18th, 2004

MacSpeech has updated iListen to version 1.6.5. iListen is the company's Mac-only voice recognition software, and the update brings some fairly significant improvements to the package, as well as bug fixes. Improvements to the software include:

  • An increased in the total number of commands that can be in any one command set from 256 to 2,048.
  • Individual commands to be disabled.
  • iListen now displays the command set version number in the command list.
  • A "completely revamped" Mac OS X Voice Launcher that now includes built-in support for all of the apps that ship with a new Mac, as well as some third party apps.
  • Improvements to iListen's correction mode.
  • New dictation commands.

The update is free to registered users of version 1.5.x and above. The full software is priced at US$99, and a bundle that includes a headset is priced at $149. You an find more information and download links for iListen at the company's Web site.

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