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Best apps for converting your own voice to text

Dragon Dictation, Evernote, and more

Dragon Dictation makes voice transcription as easy as tapping a button. Having to finish your dictation before seeing the text “might take a little getting used to,” but “once you get the rhythm, you can process lengthy emails and other documents with a high degree of accuracy.” (Free; iOS only)

Evernote has always encouraged users to create audio files to log their thoughts, “but now it allows you to turn those audio files into text.” You can use the app’s search function to find a note in either its text or audio format. (Free; iOS and Android)

Voice Assistant was recently updated to make it easier for users to post transcribed texts to Twitter, Facebook, or email. The app “uses intelligent speech recognition, so it learns with every use.” It also lets you send a transcription straight to a wireless printer. ($1, iOS only) 

Source: Entrepreneur.com

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