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Voice recognition is a feature that’s becoming increasingly widespread in smartphones, but did you know that you can get it on your Mac and PC, too? With Dragon NaturallySpeaking 23 Home from Nuance, you can control your digital world using only your voice.

Use it to create documents, write emails, take notes, or even just to update your Facebook status, and you’ll get things done up to three times faster than if you’d have used your keyboard. And for a limited time, you can get Dragon NaturallySpeaking for just $79.99 — that’s 20% off — thanks to Cult of Android Deals.

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How many times have you arrived at the office and realized that something you’ve been working on at home is still saved on your personal computer? How many times have you left the house without resuming your BitTorrent downloads? In situations like these, having access to your computer from your smartphone can be a life saver.

With Jump Desktop, you can control your Mac, PC, or Linux machine securely and reliably from anywhere in the world using your Android-powered smartphone or tablet. And thanks to Cult of Android Deals, it’s just $2.49 (75%off!) for a limited time.

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Chrome Remote Desktop is set to get a new screen recording feature that is expected to rollout to the public very soon. Available on both Mac and PC, it will allow users to shoot how-to videos and other screen casts without having to install dedicated screen recording software.

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1Password will remain free on Android until Tuesday, August 19, maker AgileBits has confirmed — and a new update will make the popular password manager even easier to setup for new users. Version 4.1 will allow the creation of password “vaults” directly on Android devices, so you’ll no longer need to sync with an existing vault to get started.

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Oyster, the all-you-can-read e-book subscription service that finally made its debut on Android earlier this month, is now even more accessible. From today, Oyster users can enjoy titles in a web browser on almost any device — including your Mac or PC.

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