Nuance has announced a new iPhone application called Dragon Go, which is basically search software that works hand-in-hand with the company’s phenomenal voice recognition technology. The concept is quite similar to Siri, which Apple owns, and all voice-searches connect to services like OpenTable and Fandango. The concept is pretty neat, and hopefully this is a taste of what we’ll be seeing in the eventual fruition of Apple’s rumored partnership with Nuance and purchase of Siri. According to All Things D the application is free and is now available.

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