Here we can see, “How to Use Speech to Text On Your iPhone or Android Phone”
How to Turn Your Android Phone Into a Speech-to-Text Machine
- Launch any app that allows you to type, such as Email or Messages, and then tap in a text field to bring up the on-screen keyboard.
- The Voice Input icon, which resembles a microphone, should be selected.
- As you speak, your speech should be automatically converted to text.
- When you’re finished, tap the Voice Input icon a second time to edit the translated text, as usual, then Send or Save the text.
- While dictating, you may notice a window with a microphone button if you’re using some keyboards (like Swype or Grammarly). Toggle between recording and pausing by tapping this.
- The voice input window may have some additional text editing options at the bottom if you have a Samsung phone. You can use the backspace key to delete entire words or add punctuation like a comma or period.
How to Turn Your iPhone Into a Speech-to-Text Machine
- Open the app you want to send text, such as the iPhone’s Mail app or Messages.
- Instead of typing, tap the microphone icon next to the space bar in a text field.
- Out loud, say the message you want to send. You’ll have to use your voice to add punctuation where you want it; for example, say “comma” where you want a comma or “period” to end a sentence.
- When you’re finished, press the “Done” button. The Voice Dictation feature on the iPhone converts your speech into text. Before you send your text, make sure to correct any errors that the speech recognition engine made.
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1. On Android, how do I use voice to text?
- Install Gboard on your Android phone or tablet.
- Open any app that allows you to type, such as Gmail or Keep.
- Select a text entry area and tap it.
- Touch and hold the Microphone at the top of your keyboard.
- Say what you want to be written when you see “Speak now.”
2. How do I use my Samsung’s text-to-speech feature?
- Tap Apps from the Home screen.
- Go to the Settings tab.
- Select Language & Input from the drop-down menu.
- Tap Text-to-speech options under ‘Speech.’
- To change the speech rate, tap it.
- Select the TTS engine you want to use: Samsung. Google.
- To change the language, tap Language.
- Other settings can be tweaked as needed.
3. What’s the deal with my voice text not working?
Look under ‘Language & Input’ in your system settings for the following. It could be under Gboard in some cases. Make sure “Google Voice Typing” is turned on.
4. Is there a speech to text feature on the Samsung keyboard?
Select Language & Input from the drop-down menu. Tap Text-to-speech options under ‘Speech.’ Samsung text-to-speech engine is the preferred TTS engine.
5. How do I make my iPhone’s voice to text function properly?
If your iPhone’s voice-to-text feature isn’t working, ensure the Enable Dictation option is turned on. Toggle the switch on in Settings > General > Keyboards > Enable Dictation if necessary.