Enable Voice Typing in the Tools menu and you’ll see a microphone appear on your document. Simply click that microphone to start and stop dictation, and the translated text will appear in real time. The real magic of Google Docs Voice Typing comes from its voice commands that let you format and edit as you go.
The triple-click Home button shortcut is an accessibility feature that lets you rapidly access one or more features without having to dive into Settings each time. With the short cut, a quick triple-click of the Home button can put your iPhone or iPad into VoiceOver or Zoom, can invert colors or enable AssistiveTouch, or can even bring up a menu so you can choose from several options.
Better still, in my early tests, dictation in iOS 7 seems much more accurate. Here’s how you can use dictation on an iOS device and save a lot of time typing. Turn on dictation. First, you need to make sure dictation is turned on. To do this, go to Settings > General > Siri, and then turn Siri on.
Enter speech recognition in the search box, and then tap or click Windows Speech Recognition. Say "start listening," or tap or click the microphone button to start the listening mode. Open the app you want to use, or select the text box you want to dictate text into.
Direct touch typing; Hand writing; Using Dictation; Using Siri; Touch typing. To activate touch typing, follow the steps below. Navigate to any edit field such as compose message, notes app etc. Double tap the edit field to activate the keyboard and start typing. Twist with two fingers clock-wise and select typing mode.