Speech To Text

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    I have an iPad 2. I'm looking for a good speech to text app. I've tried Dragon Dictation (among others) with no luck. I realize that no app of this kind is perfect, but there are times when I'll be speaking, and when I stop it'll just text out two or three words. I don't know what the problem is. Maybe I need to get a microphone. At any rate, can someone suggest a good speech to text app?
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    I use the built-in speech recognition... I was quite satisfied with it...
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    Where is there text to speech that's built in on an iPad 2?
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    Uhm, it's not really text to speech, other way around. It's in General>Accessbility>Speak Selection
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    Got it. I know about that. Thanks for your help.
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    Oh ok, xD...

    And to not totally waste your time, I also used Vlingo.
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    Try dictating just one sentence at a time, no more than a dozen or so words. The ipad3 dictation thingie works better that way.

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