chrishoffman at December 9th, 2013 07:00 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/177387/use-voice-dictation-to-save-time-on-android-iphone-and-ipad/
Touch-screen keyboards can be slow, especially on phones with small screens. To enter text more naturally, you can use your phone or tablet’s voice dictation feature. Just speak — punctuation included — and your device will convert what you say to text.
nsdcars5 at December 9th, 2013 08:27 — #2
I like swipe-based keyboards better. Voice control doesn't go well with me. iOS is better in this regard. At least it didn't convert “mat” to “mop” like Droid did...
mangapcom at December 9th, 2013 11:05 — #3
For non english user, I think the function is not ready. Need to improve a lot
geek at December 9th, 2013 11:22 — #4
iOS voice dictation works really well in other languages.
mdknightr at December 9th, 2013 12:42 — #5
Siri sucks. It was always misinterpreting what I spoke. Android is much better in that regard because it actually improves the interpretation the more you use it. Siri seemed to get worse every time I used it. I'm so glad I left iPhone for Android.
countryfriendly at December 10th, 2013 19:28 — #6
My phone is running android 4.0.4 and I do not see the microphone icon on the onscreen keypad.
jck at December 11th, 2013 01:13 — #7
I have a new Verizon phone that is a Samsung 3 something
(You can tell I don't know much about this stuff) It has this feature on it.
I have had retina-peal surgery on both eyes which left me unable to read unless I close my left eye.
I was shown how to slide around the keyboard and it is fascinating. But it is difficult for me to use the message thing. The dictation feature works wonders for the handicapped. . . that and the spell correction feature.
I am not fretting about my condition; I could be blind by now.
I wonder if it costs extra if I use it. Does anyone know?
system at December 19th, 2013 07:00 — #8
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