By Nerino Petro at 17 January, 2008, 4:05 pm
Courtesy of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center comes word that Nuance, the maker of Dragon NaturallySpeaking speech recognition software for the PC, has licensed its product to MacSpeech who is bringing it to the Mac. According to the ABA's Site-tation newsletter in its article found on this page:
MacSpeech, developer of the popular Mac voice recognition software iListen, licensed Dragon NaturallySpeaking from its Windows developer Nuance Communications and ported it over to the Mac. NaturallySpeaking is the top selling Windows speech recognition software and by far the most popular voice recognition software in use by respondents to the 2007 ABA Legal Technology Resource Center Technology Survey.
MacSpeech will be selling the Mac version of Dragon NaturallySpeaking for $199, but registered users of iListen can get it for $99 (or just $29 if they purchased iListen in 2008).