Happy Friday Dragon Fans! Let’s start this off with a quick trip back in time—all the way back to December of 2009, to be precise! So you may be asking…what’s so special about December, 2009? Well, that’s when we first introduced two game-changing apps for iOS—Dragon Dictation and Dragon Search! And since then, we’ve been busy bringing the power of Dragon to mobile users around the world!  
So just how busy?
Did You Know that Dragon Dictation and Dragon Search are now available in 21 countries and support 18 languages, including:
  • Countries: U.S., Canada, Mexico, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Spain, Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Switzerland, Austria, The Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden and Russia.
  • Languages: U.S., UK and Australian English, German, Italian, European and Americas Spanish, European and Canadian French, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese Mandarin, Cantonese, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, and Russian
In less than two short years, Dragon Apps have reached millions of people around the world in their native languages. In fact, Dictation and Search have already been downloaded by tens of millions of people worldwide!
And from Asia to South America, Europe to North America and everywhere in between—mobile users continue to express their affection!
Did You Know that Dragon Dictation has consistently reached the #1 or #2 ranking on the iTunes store in each and every country launched!
And we’re not even thinking about stopping there. In the coming weeks and months, we’ll be rolling out our Dragon Apps in more countries and more languages around the world, bringing the unparalleled convenience and flexibility of the most advanced mobile speech engine to millions more!
So to all of our Dragon fans worldwide—a HUGE thank you for all of the support! And if Dragon isn’t yet available where you live—stay connected and keep an eye out—because chances are we’ll be stopping in your neighborhood before long!
Happy Dictating!

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