Nuance Communications will exhibiting at Macworld | iWorld at Moscone Center in San Francisco later this week, but they’d like to give you one announcement a little early. On Wednesday, January 25th, the company will officially announce their PaperPort Notes digital note taking tool for iPad will add support for Dragon Dictation, allowing users to capture comments and ideas directly in their digital notes simply by speaking.
PaperPort Notes’ Dragon Dictation feature is powered by the core voice capabilities at the heart of Nuance’s world-renowned Dragon NaturallySpeaking software, giving people the ability to quickly speak and instantly see their text as digital notes.
PaperPort Notes allows individuals to insert and share documents using popular cloud services, including Google® Docs, Dropbox and Evernote® as well as the Nuance PaperPort Anywhere cloud and mobile service. PaperPort Anywhere makes it easy to scan, organize and share documents – anytime, from anywhere. It delivers market-leading search-indexing capabilities using Nuance OmniPage OCR.
PaperPort Notes features include:
Quickly create typed, free-hand or dictated notes
Leverage powerful annotation tools, including pen, highlighter and eraser, to mark-up documents quickly
Add page-specific audio comments within notes
Combine full documents and individuals from PDF and Microsoft PowerPoint files, content from the web and notes into a single document
Use powerful search, copy and paste, reordering and bookmarking tools to navigate quickly through notes and stay better organized
PaperPort Notes is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 4.2 or later. It’s available now for free in the App Store. Those attending Macworld | iWorld can visit Nuance at booth #409 Moscone Center West from January 26-28.