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    PROS / The support services for e-Speaking make it easy to learn.

    CONS / It does not have extended voice-training features.

    VERDICT / This software has satisfactory basic features like voice command editing, but its lack of voice training decreases overall accuracy.

    Using e-Speaking software is simple and straightforward. There is ample customer support with this speech-to-text software to create a short learning curve. However, that does not make up for a lack of advanced voice-training tools and its low accuracy score compared to its competitors.


    The accuracy score is the lowest on our lineup at 60 percent, which is surprising given how clearly laid out the commands are. Each command appears on the instruction icon, and it is not difficult to master, even in comparison to more advanced voice-to-text software. You can also navigate the internet with commands to open and close pages and use the customizable commands to set up simple functions on your computer, like “open email.” In addition to being easy to use, it is extremely affordable voice recognition software, but it’s also much more basic software than the best programs in our lineup.

    1. The percentage of transcription points the software got correct on our dictation test.
      Higher is Better
    2. 8 e-Speaking
      60 Percentage
    3. 96 Percentage
    4. 92 Percentage
    5. 90 Percentage
    6. Category Average
      80.44 Percentage

    One reason for the lower dictation accuracy might be the lack of extended voice training. Even though it does not gloss over the technical side of learning voice recognition software, it also does not work extensively on adapting itself to your voice. Most other voice dictation programs have additional features designed to adapt themselves to their user’s profiles, such as a voice training function, that gives the program an in-depth grasp of your way of speaking, but this software lacks them.

    The help and support services are well done for such a simple voice dictation service. There is a frequently asked questions section, along with tutorials that guide you through the basic functions of the software. There is also email support, which we found quick and thorough with a reply time of about 24 hours. An online user manual is available on the manufacturer’s website, and it is as thorough as the FAQs section. There is a phone number, but you can only call during business hours.


    Even though there is higher-ranked voice recognition software, e-Speaking provides basic functionality. You can open and close systems, and it's easy to learn because of the clearly marked buttons and customer support. You can set up preferences so that it will respond to all kinds of commands, but it falls short when it comes to accuracy, largely due to a lack of advanced voice-training tools. If you’re looking for simple, easy-to-learn software, then e-Speaking is a solid choice.