Who Makes a Free Voice-to-Text App?


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Sparkling Apps produces Voice Texting Pro for iOS, Xenom Apps produces Speech To Text on for Android and Evernote Corporation produces Evernote, which is available for both iOS and Android with speech-to-text features. Apple develops Siri, the built-in iOS speech recognition software. Microsoft's Cortana also features speech-to-text capabilities.

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Who Makes a Free Voice-to-Text App?
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Nuance Communications develops the free app Dragon Mobile Assistant. Dragon Mobile Assistant is capable of conducting web searches, writing texts, setting appointments, making a call and providing directions using voice commands.

Artificial Solutions develops Indigo Virtual Assistant. Indigo Virtual Assistant is a free virtual assistant similar to Dragon Mobile Assistant that has many of the same features, including text, search and directions. In addition, Indigo handles news aggregation, can tell jokes and allows users to access messages across multiple devices. Indigo Virtual Assistant is quickly launched from the home screen using swipe gestures.

Speech recognition, or voice-to-text, software is used to transcribe spoken word into text for SMS, email or documents. Android, iOS and Windows Phones feature built-in speech recognition capabilities with varying degrees of accuracy and features. Free alternatives to the default voice-to-text features of a mobile device are available on the official app stores for each platform, including Google Play Store, iTunes App Store and Windows Phone Store.

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