May 20, 2013 - 04:00 PM EDT — AAPL: 442.93 (0.00, +0%) | NASDAQ: 3498.965 (+33.722, +0.97%)
“The popular note-taking app Noterize made the short list of apps that D7 Consulting leveraged in its iPad trial; it also made it into Apple’s ‘Iconic’ TV ad in January. It’s been absent from the App Store for a bit, though, and now we know why. TUAW has learned that Noterize has been acquired by Nuance, adding to the voice technology company’s recent slate of purchases (SVOX, Equitrac),” Michael Rose reports for TUAW.
“If all the rumors swirling around the newly enhanced relationship between Apple and Nuance are true, specifically for the integration of voice recognition at the system level in iOS 5, then there will have to be showcase apps ready this fall to take advantage of the new features,” Rose writes.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Lynn Weiler" for the heads up.]