Nuance, a well-known name in the voice recognition and dictation software market has unveiled a brand new app for the iOS platform that allows users to carry out contextual voice search.
With this new app in the offering, dubbed Dragon Go!, iPhone users can easily dictate searches using their voice, and that too in natural language.
According to the company, just like Google Voice Search, Dragon Go! is also capable of carrying out regular voice search over the Web. However, its functionality is not restricted to just helping you find the website you are looking for - it is capable of doing much more in making your life far easier than ever before.
For example, Dragon Go! will instantly load the Google Maps page if you ask for direction. And if you are looking for a particular product, all you need to do is say out its name and an Amazon page featuring a deal for the product will show up immediately- may sound like the technology from a James Bond movie, but that is how Dragon Go! enhances your web experience.
Seems like the days are finally over when an iPhone guy would give his Android buddy a jealous look every time he used voice commands on his Google powered device.