Typing is not something that people enjoy. Even after you have become quite good at it and picked up speed, it is not something that you look forward to, particularly when you need to type up long essays or passages for a project. Thankfully there are various user-friendly speech to text applications available that help you save time when it comes to typing long pieces of text.
Normally these tools require you to install special programs and train them to learn your voice. They even come with a price tag attached. But if you are looking for a free and easy tool that gets the job done, you should check out Speech Recognizer – a speech to text application that works from within your web browser.
Speech Recognizer is a free to use browser tool for Google Chrome. The tool comes as a browser application that you can install and access from the New Tab page in Chrome. Once you open the application, you will find a text box with the microphone icon and a language selection dropdown menu. Another text box that is bigger and in the center will hold all your detected text.
You must begin by first selecting the language that you are going to be speaking in. Next, you click on the microphone icon and say in whatever you wanted to be converted to text. The text is detected and shown in the microphone icon text field. This detected text is appended to the text that you have had detected in earlier sessions.
- A user-friendly browser application.
- Compatible with Google Chrome.
- Detects speech and converts it into text.
- Supports many languages.
- Similar: TranscribeMe, Oweb Voice Input, Talk to Type, AnyDO and DragonDictate.
Check out Speech Recognizer @ https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/speech-recognizer/aomjekmpappghadlogpigifkghlmebjk