Voice recognition is something that we’ve been hearing about quite alot since Siri landed to iOS devices. Being the main feature it has also been often targeted by hackers. According to the latest reports, people can enter text in any Mac app using iPhone 4S Siri dictation with the help of Air Dictate, an application developed by a special development firm Avatron.
With this application, you can easily transfer the Siri speech to Mac. The text seems to fly over the air from an iPhone 4S to a linked Mac that runs on OS X 10.6.8 or even a higher and separate Receiver app. It even works with all word processing applications on Mac including Mail, Word and such text utilities. Gone are the days of typing of lengthy letters, essays and such content as Siri has come to save your precious time and especially with apps like Air Dictate, Siri would be much more efficient and dependable for voice-to-text applications. Recently Apple has been reported to be coming up with plans of a Siri operated TV which it seems would bring in a totally new era of technology.
How to Enter Text In Any Mac App Using iPhone 4S Siri Dictation
First of all you need to set up Air Dictate. You just need to log onto avatron.com/i, install the free Air Dictate Receiver app, and launch any text input app.
After launching Air Dictate, iPhone 4S users need to choose their Mac from a list of nearby computers, press the microphone button to speak and again to stop.
Siri, under Air Dictate’s command, will convert this speech into text, which will automatically appear on the Mac’s chosen text field.
Below are the links to download Air Dictate:
Download Air Dictate for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch