SpeechVibe is the best solution to drive entirely by speech your Microsoft Windows operating system and all your favorite applications. It can perform Mouse control, be used for Internet browsing, dictate e-mail content and much more.
Description: Affordable speech recognition program that fully replaces a mouse and keyboard for even the most difficult task. It offers universal mouse-control through automated hot-spots and a mouse-grid to perform more complex operations like drag-and-drops. Further allows dictation anywhere with unprecedented formatting flexibility and a quick alternate replacement user-experience. Just to name a few other features, text-to-speech, application-launching voice commands, and a speech-enabled Internet browser page invocation environment are also available.
This version of SpeechVibe, although inexpensive, is feature packed with the most user-friendly experience that anyone could expect from a speech-recognition product today.
This software is built for Windows 2000, XP and Vista.
There are no clicks that you can't perform with SpeechVibe: click, right-click, right-click-hold, drag-and-drops, you name it, SpeechVibe can do it for you with the exclusive help of your voice.
Dictating anywhere has never been so easy. SpeechVibe will provide you with a typical accuracy of 95%+, and will offer you a relevant and fast correction user-interface that does not require you to open or manage window navigations by superposing your options over the screen as you dictate.
If you're still not sure, download our free unrestricted 15-day trial version and try it yourself. There are no strings attached, but be ready to have your speech recognition experience amaze you!
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