Nuance Communications, renowned maker of voice transcription software, has put out its first title on the Mac App Store, but it's hardly the company's first for the Mac. Dragon Express is a less powerful version of Dragon Dictate, and is debuting for the discounted price of $49.99. The app takes a few minutes to adapt to your voice, but after that will transcribe all your utterances, and then send them to any native OS X app. Unlike Siri, it doesn't need an internet connection to function as the software's loaded locally. If you want to upgrade to Dragon Dictate with its greater granular controls, third-party software input, and audio macros, you can for just $99.99. Unfortunately, the first crop of reviews on the Mac App Store are pretty negative, claiming it crashes frequently and that Nuance support is of no use, but hopefully these kinks will be ironed out soon.