Nuance’s Dragon Go! app for iPhone and iPod touch allows subscribers of Hulu Plus to access TV shows and popular movies through voice recognition.
Hulu Plus joins 200 content providers which make Dragon Go! a mobile concierge that changes the way users experience mobile content.
Dragon Go!’s delivers Nuance’s Dragon voice recognition in combination with natural language understanding technology which can recognize what people say and also what they mean. Instead of scrolling through a list of links, people have instant access to relevant content on the mobile Web. Dragon Go!’s has an open design which maintains the familiar look of each brand.
“Mobile consumers are demanding a search experience that does more than just serve up a list of blue links – they want direct access to relevant content,” said Michael Thompson, senior vice president and general manager, Nuance Mobile. “And by working with more than 200 of the most trusted content providers like Hulu Plus, consumers can watch, listen to and find just about anything from anywhere, just by speaking naturally.”
Dragon Go! allows users to speak and immediately jump to relevant destinations. Dragon Go! delivers the largest content ecosystem, with content provided by AccuWeather, Ask.com, Bing, Dictionary.com, ESPN, Expedia, Facebook, Fandango, Last.fm, LiveNation, Milo.com, OpenTable, Pandora internet radio, Rotten Tomatoes, Spotify, Twitter, Wikipedia, Wolfram|Alpha, Yelp, YouTube, Yahoo! and now Hulu Plus.
Dragon Go! for iPhone and iPod touch is now available for free in the Apple App Store U.S.