How to write a Note to Self using Android Speech Recognition

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Geoff from geoffmobile.com shows how to send a quick voice note to yourself using Android speech recognition.

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To enable this feature on your Android phone, you’ll need to update Google Voice and/or Google Search through the Google Play Store.

After starting the voice input (by clicking the microphone button in the Google Search app), say “Note to self”, take a short pause, and then say your note without pausing.

The note will be emailed to yourself, converted from voice to text, and you’ll also receive an audio file with the original audio you spoke, which you can listen to in case the recognition didn’t work properly.

Wow, thanks so much Google for this really cool feature!

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