Translates words over which the mouse pointer passes between 12 languages, including English, French, German and Spanish. "Click" variant available with which you need to click on the word you want to translate.
Single-user solution for online dictation. Includes a phonetic assistant, microphone and foot pedal control, vocabulary maintenance, speaker profile management, word lists and macros. Compatible with various versions of speech-recognition software Dragon Naturally Speaking, which is available for purchase. The dns.comfort.net or dns.comfort.pro versions are also available as network solutions.
Voice recognition for companies. Creates subtitles and converts audio, videos, interviews, reports and opinions into text. Contains an API and development tools with which you can integrate any workflows and applications. Supports mobile personal devices.
Online translator and reference work for the German spelling conventions; translates between the languages German, English, French, Italian, Slovenian, Spanish, Polish and Russian; displays the spelling conventions for around 140,000 German terms and makes suggestions for words that are not yet present; also provides a picture dictionary for German and English.
Checks grammar, sentence structure and spelling in English texts in all applications; includes extended functions like a thesaurus, a translator, and also a range of 600 different templates; among other things also finds repeat words and missing words.
Records and replays voice messages. Also converts speech into written text. Stores voice messages in a compressed format such that 4 minutes of speech takes up around 500KB, according to the manufacturer. Also available as a gadget.
Text-to-speech program with automatic speech recognition, compatible with any type of text. It saves spoken text as a WAV, MP3 or OGG file and allows you to choose and combine different voices (installed separately). No installation is necessary and the program doesn’t save entries in the computer registry. The official website is currently unavailable.
This tool outputs texts in DOC, HTML, RTF and TXT formats as speech; it can either read out texts in a human voice or store them on the computer as MP3 or WAV files; after registration, you can access two AT&T Natural Voices.
Comprehensive open-source dictionary with numerous functions, such as for directly translating a text you’ve just marked with the mouse. As the dictionaries are UTF-8 coded, you can easily add more languages. Versions 3.0 and above also have a function for translating entire texts.
This tool converts text into audio files and lets you select a male or female voice for German and English texts. Includes editing functions and stores particular pronunciation characteristics in reader profiles. You can also integrate sound effects and control the pronunciation, dialogue and pauses. Product activation requires internet access.
Converts texts into MP3 and WAV files and reads them aloud. Supports Word, Outlook, PowerPoint (from version 2000), Adobe Acrobat (from version 7.0) and iTunes as well as text in DOC, RTF, TXT and HTML formats. Available in 11 languages. Internet access is required for product activation.
This online dictionary can translate terms to and from German, English, French, Spanish, Italian and Chinese. It includes a collection of links to reference works and information services. Optimised for mobile devices at this web site.
Dictionary, thesaurus and translation software for more than 60 languages, including German. Translates texts and marked words via a hotkey and gives information about how to pronounce words. The dictionaries are freely available and can be added individually to the software.