MACSPEECH RELEASES FIRST MINOR UPDATE TO MACSPEECH DICTATE
— First Maintenance Release to Speech Recognition Solution for the Mac,
Based on Nuance’s Dragon NaturallySpeaking Technology, Enhances
Documentation and AppleScript Support —
SALEM, N.H., April 2, 2008 – MacSpeech, Inc. today released MacSpeech
Dictate 1.0.1, the first minor update to the revolutionary new speech
recognition solution for the Macintosh.
The MacSpeech Dictate 1.0.1 update significantly improves documentation,
adds easier license key handling, and provides enhanced AppleScript support
including the ability to create commands. Version 1.0.1 is also a
maintenance update that includes fixes for reported issues and is now
available for registered customers, using the “Check for Updates” feature.
“MacSpeech Dictate provides Mac users with unprecedented accuracy,” said
Andrew Taylor, founder and CEO, MacSpeech, Inc. “The included tips and
tricks helps people use it in a way that optimizes accuracy, but this
update includes a full User Manual that can help even further. Plus the
AppleScript enhancements let people further leverage powerful automation,
like with the new Aperture Caption Palette for the latest Aperture 2.1,
released last Friday.”
MacSpeech Dictate is a new speech recognition product for the Macintosh,
with underlying speech recognition powered by the dictation technology used
in Dragon NaturallySpeaking from Nuance Communications, Inc. MacSpeech
Dictate delivers a truly Mac user experience, and conforms to behaviors
already familiar to Macintosh fans worldwide. Beyond dictation, MacSpeech
Dictate lets people perform basic navigation of their Mac and control it
with their voice to launch applications, open new windows, execute menu
MacSpeech Dictate requires Intel-based Macintosh hardware and requires Mac
OS X 10.4.11 or higher, including Mac OS X 10.5.
About MacSpeech, Inc.
MacSpeech, a Mac-only company dedicated to producing the finest speech
products for Macintosh, celebrated its ten-year anniversary throughout
2007. Further information on MacSpeech can be found at