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Voice activation software question for Mac users
Thread poster: Amy Duncan
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Jul 25, 2008

I've been reading up on the voice activation software options for the newer Macs, which seem to boil down to one: Dragon's MacSpeech. IBM ViaVoice is no good for the newer Macs.

My question is, has anyone had any experience with MacSpeech? I have read the most wildly diverse opinions about it on various online forums. I'd like to buy it, but won't if it's really as bad as some users say it is.


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