Apple Voice Recognition Software Test – El Capitan OS

In this video, I test the Apple voice recognition software that comes standard with the El Capitan operating system. Although I begin with a rocky start, by the end of my test this software seems to be understanding me fairly accurately. I think the key to making this package work, particularly for a southern speaking person, is to go somewhat slowly, and carefully and enunciate your syllables. The Apple voice recognition software seemed to have no problem with my southern accent, only the areas where I slurred my words together. Quite a nice job Apple!
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  1. Sandy A says:

    Thanks. That was very helpful.

  2. sekusel says:

    Your video reminds me of the day when I would dictate letters to my secretary who recorded it in shorthand, a lost art.

  3. TechLineHD says:

    seems to be working fine!

  4. Matt's Big Dream says:

    That was pretty entertaining! lol If I read the parts that it did not get right with my Hoosier accent, I sound like you! Subscribe if you lock! lol

  5. Rich cove says:

    Great stuff, that works so well.. I have been using it on my Mac book pro for a while.. Never lets me down.. Great test and demo..

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