Talk to Type: Use Speech To Enter Text Into Textboxes On Websites [Chrome]

Numerous websites have text boxes in them for you to type text in them. For short text inputs, typing is a convenient option to input text but for longer texts, you might want to consider a speech-to-text option. “Talk to Type” is a browser tool that lets you add text onto webpage via talking into your microphone.

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Talk to Type is a free to use browser extension that lets you add text to your webpage simply by speaking into your microphone. The extension is compatible with Google Chrome and does not require any special settings after installation. All you have to do is click on the newly placed microphone icon next to each text box on webpages you visit; you then speak the text you want to input and it is converted into text and entered into the text box.


  • A user-friendly browser extension.
  • Compatible with Google Chrome.
  • Converts speech into text and is then inputted into the textbox.
  • Does not require any special settings.
  • Similar tools: AnyDO and DragonDictate.

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Victor Ong

hm…. MUO already has a built-in voice search