Dragon Dictate 3.0
Dragon Dictate 3.0
Dragon Dictate speech recognition software lets you create and edit documents, manage email, surf the web, update your Facebook or Twitter status, and more—all by voice. Open, close, and navigate between applications, or even create your own custom voice commands to execute multiple steps with a simple word or phrase. Capture your notes on-the-go using a digital voice recorder or your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with the free Dragon Recorder app. Dragon Dictate will even transcribe your recordings when you're back at your Mac. Get more done—at home, school, work, or wherever life takes you—with the power of your voice.
- Enhance productivity with fast, accurate dictation
- Conveniently use your favorite Mac Applications
- Ease of use means proficiency right out of the box
- Work more easily and comfortably on your Mac
- Mobility for improved productivity on the road
Did you notice?Capture notes wherever you are using a digital voice recorder or your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with the free Dragon Recorder app—then wirelessly transfer the audio files to your Mac.
Apple Recommends ForSave time by using your voice to compose documents, surf the web, update your Facebook status, as well as control your Mac applications.
What's in the Box?
- Dragon Dictate 3.0 software DVD
- Nuance-approved noise-canceling microphone for your headset
- Internet Access: Some Features Require Internet Access
- Media: DVD
- Mac OS X v10.7 or v10.8
- 4 GB of free hard-drive space
- Mfr. Part Number: S601A-G00-3.0
- UPC or EAN No.: 780420126985
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Ratings & Reviews
I had Dragon Dictate 11 on my PC and it worked good but then I got a iMac so I bought Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 it doesn't navigat I had Dragon Dictate 11 on my PC and it worked good but then I got a iMac so I bought Dragon Dictate for Mac 3 it doesn't navigate good at all horrible the dictate part works ok sometimes when I try to train my email address it puts a space in it sometimes other times instead of a @ it types at on my PC it would have a couple of different options for commands this one only has one for each command And the commands are all different than the one for PC this program is definitely not worth $200 and it definitely does not rate any stars I am a quadriplegic and I need a dictating program. Trying to use Dragon to dictate this review I have had numerous mistakes I am so disappointed in this program if you do not absolutely need a dictating program do not buy this. I am constantly having to use my nose to backspace and to retype and dragons support line has not been able to help me at all their excuses is that the Safari interface limits what Dragon can do all I got to say is this is a horrible program …
- Written by john C from Green Springs
136 of 171 people found this useful
Myself, I read the instructions, and followed them, and the program works great for me...
So, for all those, that have written, Myself, I read the instructions, and followed them, and the program works great for me...
So, for all those, that have written, bad reviews, I say this... "Get a life", take the time, and read the instructions, and "FOLLOW" them, and you will "NOT" have any problems with the program.
This review was written with the program...
Thank You …
- Written by John C from Lauderhill
137 of 175 people found this useful
OK Dictation Software
Am new to mac. Had Dragon Naturally Speaking 9.0 on my HP. While Dragon Dictate 3.0 does not have the functionality and accuracy o Am new to mac. Had Dragon Naturally Speaking 9.0 on my HP. While Dragon Dictate 3.0 does not have the functionality and accuracy of DNS 9.0, it is still light-years ahead of me typing entire documents from scratch. For me, it is easily worth the price because I still save countless hours by dictating, not typing. No matter what dictation software you use, you are going to have to proofread the document. A few more corrections is not a big deal to me. I'm hoping over time, they'll get it to the proficiency and functionality of DNS. In the meantime, I need DD 3.0. …
- Written by Frank D
90 of 103 people found this useful
Worst Software I Ever Used
I use Dragon Dictate professionally. On the Microsoft Operating System, it is great to use. On the MAC, it is horrible. The cur I use Dragon Dictate professionally. On the Microsoft Operating System, it is great to use. On the MAC, it is horrible. The curser jumps around. The program inserts random letters and words. I took so long to correct the errors, that I went back to using in on my HP. Dragon is not ready for MAC. I think they should offer a money back guarantee for MAC users until they get it right. However, knowing Dragon, they will not do that. Instead they will offer you an update for another $200. I am a long time Dragon user, not a novice. They need to jerk it off the Mac market. …
- Written by Patrick M from Nashville
9 of 10 people found this useful
Do not buy this if you use Word or Outlook
I have been using Dragon for the past 12 years on my PC without a problem. I switched to an iMac which which I love however Drag I have been using Dragon for the past 12 years on my PC without a problem. I switched to an iMac which which I love however Dragon does not work well within Microsoft Word or Outlook. When dictating the cursor moves around randomly jumbling your text, Inserting unwanted text, inserting punctuation in the wrong places and you wind up spending just as much time fixing it as you do dictating. Software support is no help as they give the same solutions of remove and reinstall but the same problems keep occurring. Several blog comments also describe the problem however there is no solution yet. Perhaps it will be a bug fix in the future but as of right now I would not recommend this product as it is very expensive and can be quite frustrating. If you don't use Word or Outlook, I would recommended this product. …
- Written by Charles C from Rancho Cucamonga
31 of 33 people found this useful
what a pain
This should be in beta phase. Crashes with complete losses on a Mac - works decently on non Mac computers. Misses key functionalit This should be in beta phase. Crashes with complete losses on a Mac - works decently on non Mac computers. Misses key functionalities like vocabulary and other helpful items. …
- Written by victoria V from SARASOTA
19 of 24 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can Dragon be used with Snow Leopard?
- Asked by Calvin Z from Tiburon
- Nov 6, 2012
No, however after you upgrade from Snow Leopard, you can upgrade to OS X Lion and download Dragon.
- Answered by Fernrico H from Sydney
- Dec 23, 2013
Can Dragon be used for the iPad?
- Asked by Brenda C from Washington
- Oct 26, 2012
it says on the description that it does.
- Answered by Kamila S from San Jose
- Nov 5, 2012
how do i install dragon dictation its asking me to turn on assistive devices but i dont know where this is on my macbook air
- Asked by Suzanne L from North Vancouver
- Mar 31, 2014
Can Dragon be used with an 11" Air with OsX 10.9? I have the 1.6 Ghz Intel Core IS processor with 4GB 1333 MHz DDR3 memory.
- Asked by Carl K from Phoenix
- Dec 14, 2013
can dragon be used on the airbook mac?
- Asked by Theresa M from Watertown
- Dec 17, 2012
I have used Dragon successfully on a 13" Air.
- Answered by Bryan K from Page
- May 22, 2013
how long can the dictation be ?
- Asked by Donald S from Columbus
- Apr 22, 2013
There is no limit. Dragon works differently from speech recognition built into Mac OS. The Mac versi There is no limit. Dragon works differently from speech recognition built into Mac OS. The Mac version is time limited. Dragon converts your speech to text 'on the fly' and will work for as long as you talk. …
- Answered by Bryan K from Page
- May 22, 2013