I am posting this for the benefit of professionals who need to be able to dictate to an Android device for transcription by a secretary or online service. After looking at every recording/dictation app in the Marketplace, I grudgingly concluded that the free SpeakWrite app is the best available (as of July 2010), but it has several limitations when compared to Dictamus for iPhone. SpeakWrite is the only Android app I can fiind that will permit you to pause and resume dictation; rewind and insert, which are all critical to using the app "as a Dictafone." Unfortunately, out of the box SpeakWrite will only upload to its own service, or email to an address of your choosing. But I found a way around. 1. Get a dropbox.com account if you don't already have one and install the Dropbox app on your droid (both are free). 2. Install the Astro file manager. 3. Install SpeakWrite Speakwrite will save its files to \\sdcard\speakwrite. The recordings are 3GP. After dictating a job, open the dropbox app and browse to the dropbox folder where you want your dictation to be uploaded. Press the droid menu button, then select upload. When prompted, select "any file." This will popup another menu which will let you choose Astro. Use Astro to navigate to \\sdcard\speakwrite. Find the 3GP file you dictate. You will NOT need the companion JOB file if your secretary is going to transcribe this recording. I assume that if you've read this far, you've been using dictation for years and only need to do it on the Droid, so your secretary's computer is probably already setup for this. However, if not, you will need to buy a USB foot pedal (about $50) and install the free NCH ExpressScribe app. Dropbox includes an RSS feature. If you setup an RSS reader on her pc, she will be notified when you upload new dictation. Dictamus does all this and more automatically. I've exchanged emails with its developers and they say that they have absolutely no plans to develop Dictamus for Android, which makes me very sad. If Dictamus is a 10 on a 10 point scale, then in my estimation, SpeakWrite is a 2 and everything else in the Market is a 1 or 0. What I have described above is no the ideal method for a busy professional. With Dictamus, you dictate, hit save and eveything else is automatic. It will upload to Dropbox or an FTP site or an online transcription service like SpeakWrite, YouDictate, etc. or send via email. It's very slick. So slick I might almost switch to iPhone just to have it. But in the meantime, the above will be my system.