Nuance Dragon Mobile Assistant launches on Android, but only on ICS for now

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Nuance Dragon Mobile Assistant launches on Android

Dragon Go! has been given the elbow, with the slightly more professional sounding Dragon Mobile Assistant taking its place. Nuance has expanded on its predecessor’s verbal commands, with new functionality for maps (you’ll be able to bark direction requests at the new app and it’ll plan the route), alongside a hands-free wake-up feature activated by saying “Hi Dragon” — we hope you have a high embarrassment threshold. Other Siri-esque features include weather updates and dictated SMS and email responses. The beta app can be downloaded below, although compatibility is limited to Android Ice Cream Sandwich and above for now. Nuance is promising more features and increased availability later this year.

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