Dragon Anywhere

Dragon Anywhere

By Nuance Communications

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2015-12-03
  • Current Version: 1.0.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 37.39 MB
  • Developer: Nuance Communications
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 170 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Dragon Anywhere App Ratings: 3
Based on 170 App Reviews

Dragon Anywhere iOS App Details

Get documents done anywhere with Dragon Anywhere, professional-grade mobile dictation. Easily dictate documents of any length, edit, format and share them directly from your iPhone or iPad — whether visiting clients, a job site, or your local coffee shop. Product features: - Fast and accurate dictation means you can dictate immediately with 99% accuracy right out of the gate. - No time or length limits means you can speak as long as you want to complete documents of any length – from a business report to an entire book! - Need to fill out forms from the road? Easily create form-based templates using Dragon Anywhere’s auto-texts feature and create and fill out forms, such as client in-take forms – all in the moment. - Powerful customizations, like the ability to add your own custom words specific to your industry, means even better dictation accuracy as you create documents. - Robust voice formatting and editing lets you select words and sentences for editing and deletion or voice navigate through fields of a report template, and apply common formatting like underline and bold. - Need to share or work anywhere? Simply import and export to and from popular cloud-based document-sharing tools like Dropbox® and note-taking apps like Evernote®. - Sync with supported Dragon desktop solutions and work started on the road or in the field can be completed back at the desktop for seamless document workflows. Dragon Anywhere has your privacy in mind: - All communication with the cloud is secured. - The app does not access your personal information, such as your location or contacts. In-App Purchase: - 1-week free trial converts to Monthly subscription. Monthly ($14.99) subscription; Annual ($149.99) subscription. Subscriptions charged to your iTunes account. - Subscriptions auto-renew at the end of term unless you turn off auto-renew at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. - No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. - You can manage your subscription via your iTunes Account Settings. - Privacy policy: http://www.nuance.com/company/company-overview/company-policies/privacy-policies/index.htm - Terms of Service: http://www.nuance.com/for-business/by-product/dragon/dragon-anywhere/support#Terms_of_use


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iOS App Reviews

  • I love it

    By netsupportcom
    Great product, a bit on the life-changing side for me, I have difficulty writing so dragon makes a huge difference. Thanks
  • App Support

    By JennyRaeS
    I'm finding it impossible to login - I use two emails and can't remember which one I signed up with, but the reset password isn't accepting either. Tried to come here for app support, but it leads to a 404 error and the webpage has only desktop tech support.
  • Simple.

    By tasteediner
    and awesome.
  • No Bluetooth support

    By borderless
    Apparently the android version supports explicitly selecting the Bluetooth headset as the microphone. The iPhone version does NOT. How hard would that be? I know the app Just Press Record supports it. Please fix. I am canceling my subscription until it is.
  • Worst dictation software I've ever used

    By Jake Sylvestre
  • Terrible

    By Josh in California
    Didn't transcribe reliably, couldn't handle background noise, and when I tried to use my Bluetooth headset, it stupidly continued using the iPhone's built-in mic. I would pay $100 outright for a dictation app that was highly accurate, had good, reliable editing features, and worked properly with a BT headset. Suffice to say, I will *not* be paying $15 a month for this app. It takes less time and energy to simply recollect my thoughts later when I can write them down myself.
  • This app is worthless

    By Kittyglitter
    I never write reviews. I don't have the time. Hence needing a good dictation software. I signed up for the trial, knowing about the 20 second limit but figuring I could just stop talking and turn the mic back on. 20 seconds: Popup: "Are you sure you want to log out?". Choose no. Continue dictating. 20 seconds: app refreshes. All dictation gone. Not saved anywhere. Reading the reviews, it seems this has happened to a few people. If you're just dictating stuff you don't care about, fine. But if you're a professional who needs their work to not vanish, don't bother with this app.
  • Very good, could be great

    By npath
    UPDATE: I am constantly battling to keep the microphone on (shuts off automatically after a brief silence) and I am getting really frustrated. Having an option to change this would seem very logical. Please fix this! No updates since November 2016. Please update more regularly. ORIGINAL REVIEW: Please give a medical dictionary option. Please add Box support. Please update more frequently. Please stop turning off the microphone, unless the the user requests so. Please add a more refined training option for incorrect words. Thank you. I will continue to pay and look forward to improvements.
  • Great app

    By JSteveT
    This is a very good app. I have been using it for longer letters and other text. It has very good accuracy.
  • Great dictation... made cumbersome in awful app

    By sandimas
    Excellent dictation, but a fatal flaw. There is no Bluetooth support on iOS. The user manual for the software/service says that it supports Bluetooth on Android devices. So, if you plan to use this on your iPhone with an AirPod or some other Bluetooth headphone, you can forget it. Perhaps, Dragon should give iOS users 75% off on the $15 subscription until they can sort out how to enable Bluetooth. Overall, the software is so clunky. It's unfortunate that such amazing dictation is trapped in the body of such a subpar app. They figured out how to do the hard part and couldn't pull off the layup. --- updated June 26, 2017 After two months of trying Dragon Anywhere, I cancelled my Dragon subscription. It ultimately came down to the fact that it is a terrible piece of software that traps and shackles a wonderful power of dictation. The dictation knocks the pants off Siri. Unfortunately, without smooth ways to input and output content, it becomes a chore to use, and unworthy of a $15/month subscription. The following would begin to address concerns: 1) enable bluetooth input on iOS. Without wireless voice entry, the dream of dictation without tethering is lost. That bluetooth voice entry can be done on Android and not on iOS is inexcusable. 2) Better Dropbox and iCloud integration of dictated text. I won't spell out the details of what is lacking and how it can be fixed. It's sort of obvious, and if the developers can't figure it out on their own, then perhaps it is best that Dragon Anwhere remains in the fringe. 3) $15/month is darn steep. Dragon could make a lot more money by decreasing the monthly rate, which would increase the number of subscriptions. My guess is that they haven't done a very thorough analysis of their business model and are missing out on visibility and profit. 4) customer support is weird and awful. I navigated through their pages and submitted a question regarding bluetooth to Nuance. After a day or two, I got a reply and was told "...we would recommend calling Digital River ( 888-372-1908 option 3). This department handles Dragon Anywhere. They may be able to answer your inquiry about Bluetooth Headset Support." When I call Digital River, I learn they handle billing, customer service --- but, their not the technical brains behind the development of the software. Basically, I get the picture of a technically-stellar company (Nuance) that is awesome at their core expertise (Dictation) and has no clue about business models, user interface, and everything else that could transform their dictation platform into having broad and powerful impact. Too bad. Apple ought to buy the whole darn thing.... except the history of acquisitions is unkind to the core technology.