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5 Best Voice-to-Text Apps of 2020

In the beginning, the concept of voice-to-text applications sounded a bit strange, but over the years, people have gotten quite used to it. Ibuyessay.com prepared a list of some of the best voice-to-text applications are mentioned below.

  1. Dragon Anywhere

Due to its 99% accuracy, it is regarded as one of the best voice-to-text applications. It is available to download in Android and iOS devices. It is equipped with voice editing and formatting feature. Due to its ability to adapt to your voice, the more you use this app, the more accurate it gets. There are no word limitations for this application. Hence you can use it as much as you like. Afterwards, you can share your notes through Dropbox, email, etc. It costs about $15 per month and $150 per year.

  1. Google Assistant

If there were best assistant awards, it would have gone directly to the Google Assistant This application assists you in playing music, opening the application, calculating different figures etc., but one of its best features is the voice recognition. You can ask Google to find out something for you by telling Google Assistant to do it. Other than that, the application is also equipped with the speech to text feature. You can use the IFTTT (If This Then That) to increase the note-taking capacity of Google Assistant. All your notes can be logged into the spreadsheet if you ask the Google Assistant to do it.

  1. Transcribe

This application can turn out to be useful for journalists who have a lot of conversations to track. One of the best features of this application is that it can turn the voice or video memo into transcriptions by using Artificial Intelligence. This application can do this conversion in about eighty different languages. The bad thing about this amazing application is that it is available for Apple products only. It has an accuracy of about 90%. It is available free for 15 minutes, after that, you will have to pay $5 to every hour. Or, you can pay $30 for about ten hours.

  1. Speech notes

This application is especially good for long recordings. It is preferable to be used by the writers who think faster than they type. It has two best features. The first one is that it does not stop recording when you stop talking. The second one is that a verbal command can be used to insert punctuation marks in the recording. This would make the recordings better. This application is only available for Android. It is a free application due to which it has a small ad banner. You will not see that ad banner if you switch to the premium version of this application.

  1. Voice Notes

Imagine you are going somewhere, and suddenly you have an idea that you need to write down before it slips your mind. This is where the voice notes come into the scene. Due to the speech recognition feature of the voice notes, you will be able to create notes efficiently. You can also organize those notes into categories so that it is easier for you to find them the next time you look for those recordings. This application can recognize up to about 119 languages. Although this application is free, if you want to support the developer, you can subscribe to the premium package. This application is only available on Android phones.

If you do not like to type everything you think about, or if you think faster than you type, then voice-to-text applications are quite useful for you. Before you install or buy any voice-to-text application, check the available languages, the accuracy of the application and the shortcuts.

 


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