Not the most beautiful app that I used, however, it really does help take away the pain caused by transcripting interviews. It's still not a good pastime, but with this, it's bearable. BTW, the name is stupid, but I certainly wouldn't have found it, if it were Transcribnator 2000®, or somethingorother, so all in all, it was a good choice I guess.
This is the best mobile app I have found for listening to audio while I transcribe it because of the straightforward pause and rewind buttons. There is also an adjustable setting to auto-rewind so many seconds after pause. Other media players aren't designed with all of this in mind, making you lose your place a lot, rewind too far, etc. Also, it is easy to open audio files from Dropbox, and I assume other cloud services. So this no-nonsense app is my go-to tool for the job.
So this is just an app for recording. There's no voice-to-text transcription capability. You still have to manually transcribe the recording.
FreelancingTranscriptionist- I love this, it's made my job 1000X easier, and the ability to stream from Dropbox was an unexpected but lovely surprise!
no millisecond timestamp display will change this to five star if the timestamp will have milliseconds on its display
No transcription button in sight. I loaded the MP3 and saw NO OPTION to convert to text. Pointless.
The best notepad for non-stop continuous dictation of notes & mobile note taking
Best note taking app! Voice recorder. Call recorder. Transcribe highlights.
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