Probably one of the most used speech-to-text applications used on iOS, Dragon Dictation, has recently updated their application to bring some new additions and fixes to the software.
Facebook and Twitter integration
One of the updates that has been brought to the app, and possibly the most requested for, is Facebook and Twitter integration. When you speak your text for the software to interpret, the app now give you the option, along with the copy to clipboard and email options, to send the text as a Facebook update or a Tweet.
In-Text SMS Messaging
Another very requested feature that falls in-line with the Facebook and Twitter functions is the ability to send text, or SMS messages, right from the application. This option is also now presented in the new 2.0 update.
Other Additions and fixes
The application now also allows you to accept a call and still access the scratchpad after doing so. In addition to that, they have built-in software support for United Kingdom dialect for English (in addition to the American version of English). For example, when saying the word color, the app will now insert a u for the UK spelling of color (colour). The company has promised more language support gradually by years end including French, Spanish, Italian and German.
Dragon Dictation, if you dont already have it, is available for the iPhone, iPod and iPad as a universal application in the App Store for free.