I hope you have read the review of VR+ I wrote on April 8th. It is one of my favorite applications, something I really think is worth having. I also expressed my enthusiasm over the idea of integrating the iDictate service into VR+ and making it all an even more useful package. Although iDictate is not free, it is not expensive either (I’ve been researching) and they give you a free trial so you can see for yourself if it’s worthy of your hard earned money. I have been testing the service myself and have plans to write a review here, but why not test it yourself in your own voice, tone and accent?
Today, all existing iDictate subscribers were informed of an extended trial period that should leave no doubts about the quality of the service:
Thank you for using VR+ to submit your test voice file to iDictate for transcribing. While the response to our new service has been overwhelming, many users have requested another opportunity to submit test files again.
In order to help you appreciate the extraordinary convenience of using VR+ with iDictate, we have decided to extend your free trial-offer. You may submit as many voice files as you wish, up to an aggregate of 1,000 words, for one week.
VR+ is perfect for recording letters, memos, meeting summaries, to-do lists and more. After recording a file, just click on, “transcribe,” and before you know it, iDictate will have transcribed your file and emailed it back to you, usually within minutes!
Please let us know if you have any suggestions, comments and questions.
Lee J. Dorfman, CEO
If you like the idea, head to iDictate’s site and register/subscribe for free. You won’t be billed until your trial period is over. This page gives Blackberry users a more concise but also thorough overview. Check it out.