Since the dawn of the iPhone, Nuance has been working on delivering the full capabilities of its Dragon NaturalySpeaking voice recognition software to mobile devices. That started with the company's technology lending a hand to iOS' dictation capabilities (Nuance still won't talk about how it's working with Apple), as well as launching a handful of Dragon apps, which handled some basic dictation and integration with Dragon's desktop software. But with the release of Dragon Anywhere this fall, Nuance will finally bring most of Dragon's desktop capabilities to the iPhone and Android. That includes fast voice recognition, unlimited dictation time (no putting off your self-published novel now), custom word inserts and a wide array of editing options all powered by Nuance's Dragon cloud service. Dragon Anywhere is basically built for people who already rely heavily on its desktop sibling. Nuance hasn't settled on pricing yet, but a rep says it'll likely be around $15 a month or $150 a year.