Sometimes, the smallest and simplest apps make the most sense. Take Nuance’s new Dragon Notes for Windows 8, for example. Unlike its NaturallySpeaking cousin, it’s not a universal tool: instead, it’s narrowly focused on the voice dictation of memos, email, social networking updates and web searches. That limited scope leads to a very simple interface, however, and slims down the price from $100 to a far more accessible $20. Fans of minimalism can grab Dragon Notes directly from Nuance on May 15th, although they’ll need to spend $10 for every language they speak beyond English.
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