App Of The Week: Functional Voice Recorder Cassette

App Of The Week: Functional Voice Recorder Cassette
App Of The Week: Functional Voice Recorder Cassette

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You don't need to be a journalist to understand the importance of a voice recorder in a smartphone. Each of us probably opened this application and wrote down something by voice - be it phone numbers or important addresses. Someone dictated aloud thoughts or reminders, and someone hummed a tune so as not to forget it.

Most smartphones have a voice recorder preinstalled, but even in the opposite case, you can easily choose a similar program from thousands of similar programs in application stores. It is all the more surprising that Cassette not only does not get lost against the general background, but is also strictly recommended to everyone who clicks the microphone icon a thousand times a day.

First, - journalists, rejoice - Cassette is able to transcribe recorded speech into text. The application is not perfect, but it knows the basic grammatical constructions and popular words of English (the program, unfortunately, cannot speak Russian). The decrypted text can then be formatted as notes and bookmarked by keywords in a dialogue or monologue. Moreover, you can even search for specific moments and phrases in the recording, if you remember exactly what word the speaker said.

Another useful feature is the ability to leave notes while recording. If you cannot hear the word that the person is saying, you can simply leave a note to yourself (like “come back here later”), so that later, at the stage of working with the text, you can listen to this moment. This option is also useful for musicians who can write down their thoughts on the go, listening, for example, to a rehearsal record.

Photo: cassette.design
Photo: cassette.design

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Both transcripts and recordings can be uploaded to the cloud (Dropbox, Google Drive), emailed and embedded in notes in Evernote. The developers guarantee the privacy of your data: records and notes are stored only in the smartphone's memory and in encrypted form.

Minus at Cassette single - function of decoding speech only works on a subscription. Rates at the moment are as follows: $ 10 per month for three hours of audio, $ 25 - for 10 hours and $ 100 - for 50 hours. And you can download the application for free.

Photo: cassette.design
Photo: cassette.design

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