Dragon Notes cloud app – supporting more than 25 languages

Nuance is extending the power of productivity and organization around the world, as it announced today the availability of Dragon Notes Cloud in the Windows Store. Dragon Notes Cloud is a fun and convenient app that gives people an easy way to speak notes, to-do lists, reminders and emails.
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Nuance is extending the power of productivity and organization around the world, as it announced today the availability of Dragon Notes Cloud in the Windows Store. Dragon Notes Cloud is a fun and convenient app that gives people an easy way to speak notes, to-do lists, reminders and emails.

Whether you’re at home, in the office, or on the go, Dragon Notes Cloud makes it easy to capture ideas while leaving all of those sticky notes at bay, allowing for a more organized digital lifestyle. And now, with more than 25 languages supported across North and South America, Europe, The Middle East and Asia, the power of Dragon can be experienced by more consumers around the world. Once the English-language version of Dragon Notes Cloud has been downloaded, its multilingual capabilities use the cloud to provide access to all other available languages.

Not only does availability in the Windows Store make Dragon Notes Cloud more convenient to access, but it expands support for Windows 8 devices, including Windows RT-based tablets such as the Microsoft Surface RT, and allows users to easily share notes to popular apps such as Microsoft OneNote through the Windows 8 Share charm.

Dragon Notes Cloud is now available for $19.99 and supports U.S., UK and Australian English, Canadian and European French, Latin American and European Spanish, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Arabic, Croatian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Bahasa, Cantonese, Chinese Mandarin, Taiwan Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Thai and Vietnamese.  Visit the Windows Store to learn more or purchase Dragon Notes.

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Greg Payne

About Greg Payne

In his role on the corporate communications team, Greg provides comprehensive support for Nuance’s Mobile-Consumer division’s communication efforts, spanning content development, media and analyst relations, and internal communications. Greg graduated from Endicott College in May of 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in communication, and is currently completing Northeastern University’s Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication program. Greg is a certified personal trainer and in his spare time he enjoys running half marathons and other road races, experimenting with new workouts, cooking, and screenwriting.