Speech to Clipboard Pro

Speech to Clipboard Pro


No internet speech recognition:
Settings > Language and Input > Voice Input > Click Settings Icon > Offline Speech Recognition > [Install the language you would like]

Speech to Text/Clipboard is an easy to use application to quickly speak the text you want and have it added to your clipboard! This application requires no permissions (no Internet access or services that "cost you money" and does not record any personal information). It is highly recommended that you try the Trial version before purchase to understand how this application works. Trial version expires after a certain amount of uses and is only able to Search Google and add text to your clipboard.
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Unlike many different applications which must be accessed by navigating to them, Speech to Text/Clipboard starts up by simply sliding up from your home button or by using the notification bar. This brings up a Speech to Text recognition panel which right away begins to listen to you dictate.
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Once you are done speaking, the application will:
-Search Google for what you said if you begin dictation with 'Search'
-Search Google Play for what you said if you begin dictation with 'Google Play'
-Search Youtube for what you said if you begin dictation with 'Youtube'
-Open another application on your device using a dedicated search engine if you begin dictation with 'Open'
-Adds text to your clipboard if you begin dictation with any other word rather then the ones listed above. Text in your clipboard can be pasted on almost all applications with text input.
-Regulates volume
-Add text to other apps
-Open Help if your dictation is 'Help'
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What differentiates this application from Google Now (comparison is structured {Speech to Text/Clipboard to Google Now}):
-smaller size (~0.5 MB compared to ~23.0 MB)
-ability to start listening at activation without having to say keyword (start dictation right away rather then saying "Ok Google")
-its lack of required permission (no special permissions compared to Google Now's ability to edit messages, read messages, record audio, track gps, read contacts, modify/delete content, full network access, bluetooth access)
-absolutely no recorded PERSONNEL information whatsoever [This application only records if it is your first time using the application to activate the help function, that is it!]
-ability to command exactly what you want (Keywords for certain functions compared to Google Now's inferring)
-ability to function without internet (Can still add text to clipboard and open application compared to Google Now only being able to call)
- ability to search within your default internet browser, Youtube, Google Play compared to putting all results on a single page
-ability to add text to clipboard
-simple, minimal layout compared to Google Now's entire page setup
-ability to be accessed from notifications bar or by swiping up from home button

Recent changes:
-Added "Calculate" option

-Settings Control

-Bug fix for "java" error

-Calculator negative sign fix

-Removed Volume Bug
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$0.92
80
4.0
User ratings
7
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
199 kb
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About Speech to Clipboard Pro
No internet speech recognition:
Settings > Language and Input > Voice Input > Click Settings Icon > Offline Speech Recognition > [Install the language you would like]

Speech to Text/Clipboard is an easy to use application to quickly speak the text you want and have it added to your clipboard! This application requires no permissions (no Internet access or services that "cost you money" and does not record any personal information). It is highly recommended that you try the Trial version before purchase to understand how this application works. Trial version expires after a certain amount of uses and is only able to Search Google and add text to your clipboard.
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Unlike many different applications which must be accessed by navigating to them, Speech to Text/Clipboard starts up by simply sliding up from your home button or by using the notification bar. This brings up a Speech to Text recognition panel which right away begins to listen to you dictate.
/
Once you are done speaking, the application will:
-Search Google for what you said if you begin dictation with 'Search'
-Search Google Play for what you said if you begin dictation with 'Google Play'
-Search Youtube for what you said if you begin dictation with 'Youtube'
-Open another application on your device using a dedicated search engine if you begin dictation with 'Open'
-Adds text to your clipboard if you begin dictation with any other word rather then the ones listed above. Text in your clipboard can be pasted on almost all applications with text input.
-Regulates volume
-Add text to other apps
-Open Help if your dictation is 'Help'
/
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What differentiates this application from Google Now (comparison is structured {Speech to Text/Clipboard to Google Now}):
-smaller size (~0.5 MB compared to ~23.0 MB)
-ability to start listening at activation without having to say keyword (start dictation right away rather then saying "Ok Google")
-its lack of required permission (no special permissions compared to Google Now's ability to edit messages, read messages, record audio, track gps, read contacts, modify/delete content, full network access, bluetooth access)
-absolutely no recorded PERSONNEL information whatsoever [This application only records if it is your first time using the application to activate the help function, that is it!]
-ability to command exactly what you want (Keywords for certain functions compared to Google Now's inferring)
-ability to function without internet (Can still add text to clipboard and open application compared to Google Now only being able to call)
- ability to search within your default internet browser, Youtube, Google Play compared to putting all results on a single page
-ability to add text to clipboard
-simple, minimal layout compared to Google Now's entire page setup
-ability to be accessed from notifications bar or by swiping up from home button

Recent changes:
-Added "Calculate" option

-Settings Control

-Bug fix for "java" error

-Calculator negative sign fix

-Removed Volume Bug
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 17, 2015
Outstanding way to handle text via voice for multiple uses This app has earned a coveted place on my main row of apps. That's one out of several hundred. Why? Because it's worth it, and I use it daily. From simply saying "open-app name" I can launch anything on my device with just my voice. I don't have to start with "OK Google" or anything else. Tap-speak-app opens. Beyond that, however, I like to dictate short notes. This app supports that for me as well. If I say "paste" (pro version) followed my my note, the words-to-text is copied to the clipboard and I'm asked which app to paste it into! I often choose email, or Google Keep, or one of several others. The receiving app is launched, text is pasted, and I can continue adding more, or editing, sending, whatever. All this in one app, mind you. After the first launch, there's an optional notice in notifications which I can pull down and tap to automatically activate the "listening" mode. Since the app isn't active until I need it, and it quiets/quits afterwards, there's very little battery drain (unlike Google always listening for "OK Google"). I absolutely love this app. There aren't enough stars in my bag to toss at rating this one. Well worth the Pro upgrade.
A Google User
Jan 30, 2015
Please add automatic "Paste" option This app has tremendous possibilities since it runs from the notifications bar. With an app open that requires an input on a text field, it is possible to pull down the notification bar, tap the Speech Typer line item and start speaking. The captured text from voice is copied to the clipboard and then, after closing the notification bar, a long hold in the text field of the original app brings up the option to "paste". Pasting places what you spoke in words into the field as text. Nice, but too many steps. Would it be possible to add the option to start your talking with the word "Paste" and have the app automatically paste the text into the field where the cursor is blinking for you? That would save several steps. Since it's been almost a year since this app was updated, I'm hoping the developer is still reading reviews and will take this into consideration. Thanks.
A Google User
Apr 19, 2014
rubbish switches itself off if you draw breath! save your money.
A Google User
Feb 18, 2014
Cool concept It works..best of all no permissions
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