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Speech recognition has been around for quite a while and most people really don't know much about it. With the rise of Smartphones into everyday life, Google's speech technology is certainly being noticed. Most Android users will be familiar with Google Now, which allows you to talk to your phone and get information without having to type on a small screen, which isn't easy at the best of times.
Traditional desktop computer speech recognition systems have to be trained to understand a single user. If someone else spoke to it, the speech wouldn't be recognized very well, if at all. Because Google has access to such great computing power and billions of sound samples from millions of people around the world, the chances of getting good accuracy are pretty high.
Speechnotes is a new Android note taking and dictation app that uses Google's Speech recognition technology. It adds much extra value with the developer's Patent-Pending auto capitalization and auto punctuation features. They have added special fine tuning to improve recognition results. What this means is you get very accurate transcriptions and with little or no need to edit your spoken notes. You can use it offline as well. Click the link below to learn more.
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