Voice memo text

Voice memo text


Spoke words will be displayed as text.
Text that is displayed, you can save them in notepad app send button to send e-mail.
Recognition system will be increased slowly and speak.


【How to use】

■Start
Speech recognition will begin.
Recognize the words and emits a voice into the microphone,
Text will be displayed.

■Send
Or send e-mail the recognized text,
It can be used to save in other applications.
Application that can be used to your terminal
You can choose from among those that are installed.

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Evernote
Dropbox
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■Delete all
It can be used to delete all the text displayed text.
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3.8
User ratings
35
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
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File size
71 kb
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About Voice memo text
Spoke words will be displayed as text.
Text that is displayed, you can save them in notepad app send button to send e-mail.
Recognition system will be increased slowly and speak.


【How to use】

■Start
Speech recognition will begin.
Recognize the words and emits a voice into the microphone,
Text will be displayed.

■Send
Or send e-mail the recognized text,
It can be used to save in other applications.
Application that can be used to your terminal
You can choose from among those that are installed.

○Corresponding application has been confirmed
Evernote
Dropbox
AK Notepad
Gmail
KakaoTalk
Twitter
LINE


■Delete all
It can be used to delete all the text displayed text.

User reviews of Voice memo text
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A Google User
Sep 30, 2014
Not good There are better apps out there. Its complicated.
A Google User
Mar 29, 2014
There are better free apps. Interface very clumsy and difficult to use. Did OK with voice recognition
A Google User
Jan 27, 2014
Bh
A Google User
May 26, 2013
.amen.open.close.
A Google User
May 9, 2012
Great idea, poor execution Love the concept, but the recognition is just awful no matter how slow I speak. I really want an app that functions like this however