Speechnotes - Speech To Text

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4.1
30K reviews
5M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Trusted by millions, continuous non-stop and unlimited dictation. Battle tested for years.
For thinkers, bloggers, writers, drivers, joggers, busy people and anyone who prefers fast & easy typing.

Makes life easy - no more struggling to write down short or long texts. Unlike other voice-typing apps, Speechnotes does not stop listening when you take a break to breath or think. Incorporates a built-in keyboard so you can enjoy the ease of dictation for words and ease of tapping for punctuation & symbols. Designed to make writing fast and easy.

Featured on Gizmo's, GeekTime & more.

The following features make Speechnotes a powerful speech-enabled notepad, designed to empower your ideas and creativity:
- Optional backup to Google Drive - so you never lose a note!
- Quick timestamps, use the following codes for the f1-f10 keys, to have a one-tap stamping of current date and or time:
- Write short or long texts easily. Dictate hands free for hours! Unlike other apps, Speechnotes will not stop even when you take longer breaks between sentences.
- Accurate. Most accurate. Incorporates Google's speech recognition service.
- Fast, simple & light. Great for regular text notes too, as it's a super simple & reliable notepad. Battle-tested for years.
- Supports offline (though better performance when connected)
- Reduces typos & spelling errors
- Share, export & print in one tap
- Auto capitalization & spacing
- Auto saves on every change + drive backup - never lose your work
- Edit text ,while still in dictation mode - no need to stop and restart
- Simultaneous voice-typing for words with keyboard for punctuation, symbols & emojis
- FUN EMOJIS!
- Light weight. App is only ±4MB. Notes are saved as plain txt files.
- Widget for one-click to transcribe. No need to open the app when you have a thought you need to write down.
- Keeps phone awake when transcribing so you can focus on your thoughts
- Recognizes many verbal commands for punctuation, new line, etc.
- 10 editable cheat keys that 'stamp' (insert) any text you want. Great for standard texts, phrases, address, email, greetings, professional hard terms, that you use a lot. Instead of re-typing them every time - one tap - and its there.


- Free for unlimited speech with just a small-non disturbing ad banner. Premium is a 100% satisfaction guaranteed. If you upgraded and would like a refund within the first month please send us the order ID (you get it in an email after purchase, usually starts with 'GPA.33...') with 'refund' title to 'admin@speechlogger.com' and we'll refund immediately without questions.
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A Free Alternative to Dragon Naturally Speaking. If you need to dictate texts, you will find Speechnotes not only cheaper, but perhaps even a better speech to text solution for you.


Multilingual.


Voice commands in numerous languages:
Period; comma; question mark; colon; semicolon; exclamation mark; exclamation point; new line; new paragraph; open parentheses; close parentheses; hyphen; smiley; smiley face; sad face; dash; open quotation; close quotation; quotation

Privacy in short: we value your privacy, your data is only sent to Google's speech recognition service via your built-in Android's Speech Recognizer.

Terms in short: even though we do our best to give you a great experience {our livelihood is based on it :) } and even though it was tested by millions over the years, the product is as-is, licensed for usage - not sold, you cannot sue us for anything, use it at your own risk.


For Speechnotes for PCs, iOS (on Chrome), desktops, laptops, go to https://speechnotes.co


Looking for a voice-typing keyboard instead? Find our 'Speechkeys' app on the Play Store.

Enjoy notes talking!
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Updated on
Apr 2, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Device or other IDs
No data collected
Learn more about how developers declare collection
Data is encrypted in transit

Ratings and reviews

4.1
28.6K reviews
A Google user
January 24, 2019
Just started using this one, and it's already the best in class. Does not require internet connection, although it does work better with one. Doesn't save a sound file (what a waste in some other apps). You don't have to keep hitting a button to wake it up and you can program how long it will stand by waiting for more voice input. And allows me to use an external mic (sounds crazy but one other popular app does not work with an external mic). Oddly you cannot name a note using it's own recognizer
161 people found this review helpful
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David Diamond
January 25, 2023
This is the first app that I download when I get a new phone. It is one of my most frequently used apps (right up there with "Messaging" and "Calendar"). Convenient and easy to use. I mostly dictate, but can easily switch to typewriter mode when needed. Punctuation buttons are always available. I use it for shopping lists, to-do lists, writing, jotting down thoughts, lesson planning, remembering quotes & links, drafting messages and posts, and simply decluttering my mind.
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John DeVilbiss
June 21, 2023
Not sure if my Speech notes app is properly installed. It does make a lot of mistakes, but it could be partly my pronunciation. Today, i dictated some paragraphs, and it lost most of them. When i went back to the app, several paragraphs i had inputted via speech and via the keypad were no longer there. I kept looking for the most recent version of the file within Speech notes, but finally gave up. I then saw that the menu has a "Save" option, but i had been thinking it has automatic Save.
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What's new

The original Speechnotes, trusted by millions, respects your privacy and does only and exactly what it says it does. Now, better than ever!