Practitioners of any medical, legal or business requiring dictation and transcription are breathing a sigh of relief this week with the release of 'DictateOnTheGo' for Apple iPhone. The application, released over the holiday weekend, allows anyone required to dictate and transcribe voice recordings to do so quickly and seamlessly using just the iPhone 3G device.
(PRWEB) December 1, 2009 -- The iPhone App, released by Florida based Rocket Communications Services,is set to challenge the mainstream marketplace with it's innovative approach to dictating anytime, anywhere. User's can download the application for free on the Apple iTunes store and begin using the application to dictate directly into the phone from anywhere they wish.
"The iPhone truly does have an 'app for everything'", commented Rocket Communications CMO E. Robert Hunter. "With DictateOnTheGo, anyone can dictate using one device with absolutely no tapes, downloading files, or other cumbersome tasks. Just dictate, send, and get your transcriptions back quickly and cleanly."
HIPPA certified, the iPhone App supports any Apple iPhone that supports 3G, and is offered free of charge on the iTunes store. Users need only sign up with the free DictateOnTheGo service to store dictations online. Recordings can be transcribed by U.S. employee's of DOTG, within 24 hours, with the touch of a single button within the iPhone app.
Praise for the application and service has been quick to arrive. Within 24 hours of release, hundreds of users from around the world downloaded the application, with most signing up for the free online service. DictateOnTheGo transcription personnel are all United States based employees with professional transcription experience and managed by transcription industry professionals.
"Having multiple devices, tapes or a cumbersome uploading process is a thing of the past with DictateOnTheGo," Hunter remarked. "Our offering was designed and deployed based on thousands of hours of research into how to completely replace inferior methods of dictation and transcription."
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