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Using your phone for a Voice to Text thingy...

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One thing I always find me doing is that I would generate ideas and then when it comes to typing them in I forget some important details. Are their applications in Android that help with this? I would like to be able to speak to my phone and have it record everything to text.

Regardless of the 100wpm I can type, it still doesn't seem to catch up with my mind.

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I don't believe so. The problem is, with phones, they can't do as much of the transcription by themselves, it us usually sent to a server. Because of that, you have to talk in discrete chunks, send to server, and receive translation. I don't know of any mobile app that will do what you want.

That said, there are voice memo apps that will let you speak into them and have them record for later listening, but not reading.
    
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