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Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- owner identity
- location services
- music library
- photos library
- data services
- phone dialer
- movement and directional sensor
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (3)
English English (India) English (United States)
With Dictate Now! it's easier than ever to enter text into any app just by speaking! While running any app, just hold the Windows key down then say: "Dictate now to clipboard" Dictate Now! will then listen to the next phrase you speak and directly copy it to the clipboard. From there you can paste the recognized text into the app you were last running, often saving a bunch of time and effort! Alternatively, you can run the app in standalone mode. Version 1.3 - Account for changes to speech access in Windows Phone 8.1. Version 1.2 - You can now add text to an existing dictation session. - New buttons allow quick punctuation or casing changes. - Miscellaneous bug fixes
10/5/2014First time ever is good.
10/4/2014Can you please add a buffer feature that allows for longer dictation. All you need to do is add a while loop that continually records, buffers, and submits the speech input to the translation web service until the user presses a stop/pause button. I would do this myself but I'm a bit too busy right now; so, I hoping that you will.
7/21/2014Keep the command short
7/3/2014Good job having this here. May not be the super best but it's definitely one of the best for sure for what it does efficiently.
5/4/2014This works really well. But if it had a fail safe way to remember what you typed, on case you had to leave the application suddenly and didn't have time to copy it out, that would be better. Also a larger window for the text and of the cursor automatically moved to the end of the last dictated text it would be even better.
3/9/2014Better than other apps, but still lacks functionality
3/3/2014Do no understand concept
12/26/2013Except for the ads, its perfect.
12/24/2013Good voice recognition, but times out too quickly.