The transcribing app can be an invaluable tool, especially if you're a student or are in a profession that relies on audio journals or interviews. These apps can convert important recordings like lectures and meetings into text for you to carefully read through to better comprehend.
Despite its fifth-place finish in our ranking of the best transcriber apps on iOS, Voicera is still worth highlighting due to numerous factors that set it apart from the crowd. Besides being completely free to use on both iPhone and Android, the app's AI-based transcription service performed extremely well in our testing.
When Google introduced a new Recorder app with the Pixel 4, a lot of people were confused. There were hundreds of these apps on the Play Store that do a great job, so why did Google need to make one? Well, when you actually use it, you quickly see it's leaps and bounds better than any other option.
In this clip, you'll learn how to use the automatic transcription feature of Google Voice. For more information, including a complete demonstration, and detailed, step-by-step instructions, as well as to get started using this trick to record your own thoughts, take a look.
When it's hard to hear what's being said, subtitles give you clarity where audio falls short. Thanks to Android 10, your Galaxy S20 now lets you enable a live transcription of your phone's internal audio stream, meaning you can get closed captions in virtually any app — even if the app doesn't otherwise support them.
Watch this tutorial video to learn how to play "My Tribute" on your pan-flute. This instructional video features a note-by-note transcription; knowledge of the letter note of each pipe is required. Soon you'll be playing "My Tribute" beautifully on your pan-flute.
Watch this tutorial video to learn how to play a Dolannes melody on your pan-flute. This instructional video features a note-by-note transcription; knowledge of the letter note of each pipe is required. Soon you'll be playing this beautiful Dolannes melody on your pan-flute.
Grab your bass and get ready to learn some beginner songs, specifically "Brown Eye Girl" by Van Morrison. This two-part video will teach you through playing songs, not learning scales.
News: Vuzix Blade Augmented Reality Smartglasses Add Real-Time Language Translation via Zoi Meet App
Next to map data overlays, one of the most often discussed concepts for apps that could propel augmented reality smartglasses into the mainstream is a real-time language translation app.
Buying an unlocked phone is usually the correct move. By doing so, you bypass a lot of bloat that carriers put on your phone, and you can also use that phone with another carrier should you decide to switch to a new one. However, a lot of carriers won't give unlocked devices access to their visual voicemail apps. For that, there's Google Voice.
This video series come straight from Google. It's about their new web-based product called Google Voice, which provides you with one phone number for all of your phones (landline, cell phone, etc.), giving you full online control of your telephone experience. Google Voice also allows you to make free domestic calls anywhere in the United States and Canada, gives you a cool voicemail account that's just like an email account, and many enhanced calling features.
Apple's next big developer event happened on June 4, and it was the first glimpse of iOS 12 that anyone's seen. While there were lots of rumored features to be unveiled at WWDC 2018, Apple concentrated mostly on squashing bugs and making iOS work as seamless as it did years ago. Still, we had hoped that Apple would have added these features in iOS 12, but only a few made the cut.
Merrill never fails to amaze. In this video, he instructs you to "come as you are— but bring a pencil." And you don't have to be a diehard Nirvana fan to understand what this tutorial's about— Kurt Cobain. Watch and learn how to draw Kurt Cobain in a portrait, step by step, using pencils and a few art tricks.
How To: Miss When Siri Used to Display On-Screen Transcriptions of Everything Spoken? You Can Get That Back in iOS 14
With iOS 14, Siri no longer takes up the entire display unless you want it to. That may be a good thing, but the update also axed the live feedback when listening to you and responding. Siri used to transcribe your words in on-screen text before answering, and it would transcribe its own answers as well. While it looks like those are gone, you can bring them back to life at any time.
WWDC 2017 is right around the corner, where Apple is expected to reveal iOS 11, the newest version of their mobile operating system. There have been many rumors floating around about what iOS 11 will have in store for us, but not all of those features will end up in the final product — and a lot of the features you want won't actually make the cut, either. But that doesn't mean we can't hope for the best.
When a new version of iOS comes out, everybody gets caught up in the craze of finding features and playing around with new functionality. But this generally leads to a lack of coverage on the finer aspects of the update—things like bugs, minor tweaks, and pain points that users discover along the way.
Full-page interfaces are so iOS 13. With Apple's iOS 14, alerts such incoming phone and FaceTime calls now appear as small banners instead. The same goes for Siri. Instead of using your iPhone's full display, Siri now exists in an unobtrusive overlay. But if you miss the focus that full-screen Siri used to bring, you're in luck because the feature still exists — it's just hidden.
You don't need an obsessive ex stalking you to benefit from the ability to record calls on your iPhone in a pinch. Besides protecting yourself from nefarious intent, recording important conversations like verbal contracts and agreements can help you cover all your bases and ensure you're insulated from any potential liabilities that may appear down the road.
You'd think the ability to block calls from certain numbers would be built in to most phones by now, but that's certainly not the case with the iPhone.
The HP App Catalog features thousands of apps ripe for downloading and installation on HP's webOS tablet--the TouchPad. Take a look at this guide to find out how to search for apps using HP's version of the app store. The walkthrough will even teach you how to install them, so get ready for a few rounds of Angry Birds!
If you want to get more apps for you iPhone than those offered by the standard store, but are still intimidated by jailbreaking despite the fact that it has recently become legal, this video offers a solution for you. It will show you how to get and use an app called OpenAppMkt to get more apps for you iPhone or iPod Touch without needing to jailbreak it and access the Cydia app store!
Today, BitTorrent Inc. released the SDK for uTorrent Apps, which will allow software developers from around the world to create Apps for uTorrent, the popular bittorrent client. This video will show you how to download the SDK, install it on your computer, make an app, view that app in a browser, and then package the app and view it within uTorrent without compromising uTorrent's famous lightness. This is a big day for bittorrent fans around the world; download the SDK and start making uTorre...
Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to shop the App Store on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mobile phone can do.
Super Fly Life brings this iPhone, three-part, traveling video tutorial to teach you how to ease travel with iPhone travel apps. You could even double your dating experience with these time saving applications on the Apple iPhone. Some of them are free from the Apple Store and iTunes. These iPhone travel tips will help you live a Super Fly Life!
The new Siri app allows you to use voice commands to search, use apps, and more. The app is available as a beta version in the iOS 5 release for the iPhone 4S. This guide will show you how to use different voice commands to control Siri.
Google has it fingers in just about every digital pie there is, including the App Store of their leading smartphone OS competitor, Apple. This video will show you how to use the Google Mobile App for the iPhone, a great app that allows you to do Google voice searches and all sorts of other handy search tasks. Apple is pretty sweet, but Apple and Google together is a huge mobile phone combo.
The iPad is the reigning king of the tablet PC's (although it isn't one, strictly speaking) and allows users to do things that they never thought possible with a computer. One of it's coolest and most applicable Apps is the Photo app, which allow you to view high-fidelity photos in a fun and portable way. This video will show you how this App works and how to use it to impress your friends with your awesome photos.
Balsamiq is a really cool software suite that allows you to create Apps visually without having to write any code! This two-part video lecture will introduce you to Balsamiq and show you how to use it to create your own cool Apps. If you want to learn Balsamiq, you really couldn't do any better than this.
Google's Goggles mobile app was a big hit on the Android market, and now they've given iPhone users the chance to enjoy the awesomeness of Google Goggles. This iPhone app only works on the Apple iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS, and it's available in the App Store for download. Simply type in "Google" or "Google Mobile App" and you'll find the app with the Google Goggles feature built in.
Here's a quick tip for Android phone users! You can use the App Launcher (the icon is at the bottom of your phone, near the center) to open up your app screen, listing all your apps. From there, run all your favorite Android apps!
Working from home is going to be a reality for more people than ever. With Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announcing that his employees will be working remotely for an extended period of time (and even permanently, in some cases), the workforce is rapidly changing. More companies are certain to follow suit.
Apple's scheduled to show off the first look of iOS 13 at WWDC 2019 on June 3, but what will the new operating system hold for iPhone? Rumors suggest that many features initially planned for iOS 12 will show up in iOS 13, codenamed "Yukon," and dark mode will be the big ticket item this year.
While there are over 100 cool features iOS 12 has to offer, there are some things Apple has made more annoying on iPhones or just has not addressed yet.
More often than not, when you find an app that offers a particular functionality, there are ten other apps on the Google Play Store that offer virtually the same features. But the reason we choose one app over the alternatives is mainly due to one thing—a preference for the user interface of the app we ultimately install.
Shooting 1080p high resolution video is extremely easy with the Motorola Droid Bionic. You can start by accessing the Camcorder app from the Android app launcher or home screen. Then, take a look at this guide on how to film HD video and change the video settings on your Droid Bionic.
There are many different applications available on the Android market today, and if you want to download and use a lot of them on your Droid Bionic smartphone, you'll need a great way to organize them. Thankfully, Motorola has provided this guide on creating "app groups" which serve to better categorize your apps into folders.
The Citrix Receiver is an app that allows you to securely access your desktop and business applications directly from your Droid Bionic smartphone. You will first need to make an account at the Citrix site, and from there you can decide what you want to have access to on your phone. On the Android app launcher, be sure to pick the Citrix Receiver app so that you can login with your Citrix account.
iOS app development is not limited to Mac owners. If you want to program apps for iPhones or iPads but you only have a Windows desktop or notebook, this guide overviews the different options available to you, including the DragonFire SDK, RhoHub, and Hackintosh methods. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, and the Hackintosh method will require you to install Mac OS X on a Windows PC.
UberCurrent is a great new Twitter App for iOS that allows you to follow and tweet with greater ease and elegance than any other App. This video will walk you through the App, showing you how and why to use it.
Develop your own Android app by following along this informative video. After installing the Eclipse IDE and the Android development environment, the walkthrough shows you the steps of compiling prewritten code into an Android app and viewing it on an emulator. Next, a step-by-step process to creating a simple "Hello World" app is demonstrated and explained.