26 October 2011 - 9:34am | posted by | 0 comments

dictate2us launches BlackBerry transcription app

dictate2us launches BlackBerry transcription appdictate2us launches BlackBerry transcription app

dictate2us has launched the first BlackBerry dictation and transcription app, with dictations typed-up by a ‘virtual secretary’.

The new app was developed over a 12-month period at a cost of £80,000, following the iPhone version launching in 2009.

It is free to download, but users pay £1.55 per minute of audio. Once a file has been transcribed, dictate2us will return the document to the user’s email address and/or make it available for download on their online account.

Daryl Leigh, chief executive, said: ““We’re hugely excited to have entered the BlackBerry market – it’s a natural progression which will complete the business experience we offer.”

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