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Nuance Introduces Dragon Anywhere Dictation App for iOS and Android

Nuance Communications, Inc. today announced Dragon Anywhere, a cloud-based mobile application available this fall for iOS and Android
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Nuance Communications, Inc. today announced Dragon Anywhere, a cloud-based mobile application available this fall for iOS and Android that delivers Dragon’s voice dictation and documentation productivity capabilities to mobile devices for the first time.

Designed for the mobile workforce, Dragon Anywhere brings continuous dictation to iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, enabling users to create and edit complete reports and documents, capture detailed notes, and more, while on the go.

Dragon Anywhere also allows users to access documents saved to a preferred cloud service from their desktop.

Dragon Anywhere will be available in English in the US and UK via the App Store and Google Play in fall 2015 as a subscription-based application. More information on Dragon Anywhere can be found here.

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