Five Voice Recognition Software Picks

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Click through for five top voice recognition software packages that could help you improve your productivity.

Not that long ago, voice recognition software seemed a thing of the future. Well, the future is now. Voice recognition has the potential to speed up productivity; as companies have perfected the software, some boast a 99 percent recognition accuracy.

Many of us have our first experiences with voice recognition with services like Google’s personalized voice search feature or perhaps pre-loaded VR software on our smartphones. Here we have compiled a list of five top voice recognition software offerings that may take you to the next level in terms of productivity.

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