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ive heard of a program in which u can speak into ur mac's mic and it will type it out for u. is this true or am i just to gullible. if this is true can u plz tell me what the program is called and maybe even upload the program to this site.
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You can buy iListen for $149.99 or Dictate (don't know price). They do exactly what you posted.

pretty expensive though.
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My dad had a program like that on his PC years ago. I don't think it was very expensive, since he's a cheap-***, but it SUCKED. You have to speak so unnaturally (slow and completely accent-less), and sometimes it still didn't get what I was trying to say. Maybe this kind of software's improved since then...I'd hope so if they're charging $149.99 for it.
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