Greetings Dragon Fans! We’ve got some more great news today for our Fans in Scandinavia! As promised, we’re continuing our rapid global expansion of Dragon Dictation & Dragon Search—and today, our fans in Norway and Sweden have reason to cheer! As of today, Dragon Dictation & Search for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are supporting Norwegian and Swedish and both are available for download on the Norwegian and Swedish Apple App Stores! And as always, you can download both apps absolutely, 100% FREE!
So what can you do with Dragon Mobile Apps? With Dragon Dictation, you can quickly and easily speak text for emails, SMS messages, Facebook updates, Twitter posts and much more—no typing required. And dictating your text is up to 5 times faster than typing—so you’ll save yourself some much needed time! And Dragon Search makes finding the information you want on the Mobile Web a snap! Just speak your query and Dragon Search will deliver you instant access to  the information you seek right from your mobile device! 
And as with all of our Dragon Apps, you’re free to toggle between all of our supported languages! In addition to Norwegian and Swedish, Dragon Dictation & Search support US, UK and Australian English, German, European and Canadian French, Italian, Americas and European Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwan Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, and Dutch. So wherever you are and whichever you choose, Dragon’s got you covered!
Download Dragon Dictation and Dragon Search free from the Norwegian Apple App Store, as well as on the Swedish Apple App Store Dragon Dictation and Dragon Search.  
And once you’ve had a chance to take our Dragon Apps for a spin, let us know what you think! Drop us a note here or on our Facebook page and let us know how YOU use Dragon! 

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  • Will Dragon Dictation be available for Android soon?

  • Anonymous

    Just tried the Swedish version of Dragon Dictation and so far it rox! =D

    What I'd like to see is a complete list of which Swedish words can be used for punctuations and all other commands. Knowing what commands it's "supposed" to know will save a lot of time!

    Many thanks for such a super app!! =D

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