updated 01:15 pm EST, Fri December 18, 2009
Allows spoken search phrases
Shortly after the release of Dragon Dictation, Nuance has unveiled a second iPhone app, Dragon Search. The app offers search results from a variety of popular sources, including YouTube, Google, Twitter, iTunes and Wikipedia. One of its primary features is speech recognition, which lets users simply speak their search terms.
Other features include a carousel -- used to access results from multiple sources at once -- and a horizontal toolbar, which allows picking between alternate search sites. During searches, suggestions are provided to help modify or correct improper queries. Dragon Search is a free download from the App Store.
[via Mobile Crunch]