Dragon works the way you want to work. Don't want to sit at your desk? Enjoy the freedom of dictating wirelessly with the Dragon Remote Microphone app.
Multiple audio choices means Dragon can adapt to nearly anything you do and any place you go.
PC or Mac? It doesn't matter. Use with Dragon NaturallySpeaking (Home Edition and up) and Dragon Dictate for Mac (version 2, 3 or 4).
To run the Dragon Remote Microphone application, your PC or Mac and your iOS or Android devices must be on the same WiFi network.
The Dragon Remote Microphone application supports Bonjour, a network protocol for Windows and OS X that allows your device to automatically find your computer. To determine if Bonjour is already installed on your computer, or to download it, visit http://www.apple.com/support/bonjour.
Simply use your device’s camera to scan a barcode that Dragon provides on-screen when you are setting up the Dragon Remote Microphone application and you'll be dictating wirelessly in no time.
Enjoy new, flexible features that allow you to easily dictate text, update social networks, search the web and more.
Improve productivity with powerful new features that enable you to accurately create documents, spreadsheets, and more.
Dictate, edit, transcribe and control your Mac — quickly and accurately — all by using your voice.
Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
Works on devices using OS 2.2 and higher
Use with Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home, Premium, Legal, and Professional Editions
Dragon Dictate for Mac (version 2, 3 and 4)
Due to security restrictions, the Dragon Remote Microphone application may not work on certain WiFi networks. Some public networks, such as those in popular restaurant and coffee-house chains, restrict device to device networking for security and, as a result, Dragon Remote Microphone will not work. Also, in some office environments the IT Security setting may also be such that it inhibits the communication between your Dragon Remote Microphone and your computer running Dragon. If this is the case, please contact your IT department.