Tuesday, October 27, 2015

3 Great Voice Recognition Systems



I recently found three very good Voice Recognition Systems. The first one is on my iPhone 5C cell phone. The second one is on my Kindle Fire tablet. And, the third one is available on my laptop, it’s called Speechlogger.

My iPhone 5C cell phone Voice Recognition System has become my other self. It recognizes MY voice and it inputs my words, phrases, and sentences with maximum precision. It even recognizes and delivers my peculiar speech patterns with a minimum of errors. This awesome feature allows me to now send text messages longer than the two or three words texts I used to type…ever so “s-l-o-w-l-y”.  

I am currently using the voice system on my Kindle Fire tablet as I dictate this article. I have not used this feature on my tablet much but, I am very pleased with the results. Every sentence that I dictate appears on the page almost exactly as I said it. There are very few errors.

The Speechlogger Voice Recognition System on my laptop is one that I found during a Google search for voice recognition systems. It is FREE to use with no registration required. I have only used it two or three times while practicing with it. Speechlogger performed very well, I found it easy to understand and to use. Speechlogger runs in the Chrome browser. Why not test it for yourself?


There you have it, my introduction three great voice recognition systems used on three different devices. I will provide a more review of each system after I have used them for a while and have more details on them.  

You can purchase your own Dragon Naturally Speaking Software, your Speech Recognition Computer Headset, and Kindle Fire Tablet here. 

You don't have to move a muscle to go anywhere. Happiness is just a click away!

 xxx xxx


6 comments:

Lin Floyd said...

interesting, now if I could only find an ap to cook meals!

Robyn Campbell said...

Are you kidding? With the Kindle Fire Tablet? I'll have to check that one out. I'll head over to check out the freebie too. Does it work for MAC? Thanks, Leona. You always have something valuable to share. :-) I hope your mom is doing well. And that sweet grandson too.

Medeia Sharif said...

I'd really like to try these out! It'll make writing things a lot easier.

Katie Isabella said...

I love Siri on my iPhone and use it all of the time. I can even create email too on my iPad. xxoo

Kay said...

I do also enjoy being able to just say "Hey Siri" to turn her on. I've never tried the dictation option. Hmmm... something to look into...

Rhapsody said...

Blessings.....
Sounds great.
I am not so advance as you with your smart phone, i got me a dumb phone and a burrowed one at that. I just can't see myself paying 800 dollars for a phone. Frankly i don't have that kind of disposal cash. But i digress. Love the voice recognition info, got me tickled.

You take care here...
peace and blessings.
rhapsody