MacSpeech has announced a new update to iListen, the companyis main speech recognition software. The new version includes a host of new features and other improvements, including improved performance for learning new words. From MacSpeech:
MacSpeech, Inc., the Speech Recognition authority for the Mac, today announced a major upgrade to itis flagship product, iListen 1.6, whose features include:
- Free iListen iLife Voice Solution with purchase until July 31st
- Adapts to your voice faster and more accurately
- Learns new words faster
- Improved Transcription abilities for Medical & Legal Professions
- Special adaptation feature for poor pronunciation
- New "Hands Free" Correction
- Larger font size for easy viewing!
- New voice commands for Mac OS X
- Dictation and correction directly into virtually any application
- Improved Recognition and Performance
This upgrade builds on and extends iListenis usability in new markets, including medical, legal and education.
For a limited time, buyers of iListen 1.6 will receive the iListen iLife Voice Solution free with purchase. This brings Speech to the Digital Hub, allowing the power of your voice to control your Digital iLife experience. Offer available until July 31, 2003.
iListen is unique in its capability to let you dictate and correct directly into almost any application on your Macintosh in either Mac OS X or Mac OS 9. No copy and paste, just work directly with the tools you really want to work with, but do it with your voice instead of the keyboard and mouse.
MacSpeech is making the 1.6 update available free to registered users of version 1.5.x. Owners of previous versions can upgrade for US$39.95. The full boxed version is priced at US$99. You can get more information on iListen 1.6 at the companyis Web site.