Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Evernote for Android Update: Speech-to-text and Big Widget Enhancements | Evernote Blogcast

Now I need to upgrade my phone – the Google transcription service-based speech-to-text currently works only on Android 4

Speech-to-text feature

Audio notes have been a core feature of the app since day one. Today, we’re giving you a new option: speech recognition. Tap the new speech bubble icon in the tool bar above the keyboard to launch the feature. As you talk, the app instantly places your spoken words into the body of the note as text. Magic.

When you’re done recording, we also attach the original audio to the note. By having both recording and text together, you can now easily search and find your audio notes.

Evernote for Android Update: Speech-to-text and Big Widget Enhancements | Evernote Blogcast

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