Many cell phone handsets have basic dial-by-voice features built in. Smartphones such as iPhone or Blackberry also support this. A number of 3rd party Apps have implemented natural language speech recognition support, including:
The Windows Speech Recognition by Microsoft is the speech recognition system that comes built into Windows Vista and Windows 7. Windows Vista and Windows 7 include version 8.0 of the Microsoft speech recognition engine. Speech Recognition is available only in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese and only in the corresponding version of Windows. That means that you can not use the French speech recognition engine if you use an English version of Windows.
Tazti - Create speech command profiles to play PC games and control applications - programs. Create speech commands to open files, folders, webpages, applications. Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 versions.
VoxCommando – Voice command utility for Windows Vista or later. It interfaces with various programs and devices to allow control of multimedia, communication, and home automation.
Windows XP or 2000 only
e-Speaking – software for Windows XP that facilitates use of the MicrosoftSpeech API by adding ability to create commands to perform custom actions.
MicrosoftSpeech API – Speech recognition functionality included as part of Microsoft Office and on Tablet PCs running Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. It can also be downloaded as part of the Speech SDK 5.1 for Windows applications, but since that is aimed at developers building speech applications, the pure SDK form lacks any user interface, and thus is unsuitable for end users.
Programs for controlling a computer's screens and desktop applications with claps