Google provides a really handy and simple software called Live Transcribe that does exactly what it says. The programme, which is only 7 MB or so in size, can listen to whoever is speaking around you and transcribe it into easily legible text in real-time. That’s what the word ‘live’ signifies in the title. The Google Live Transcribe tool is great for folks who have trouble hearing, but it may also aid anybody who needs to take short notes. This app comes pre-installed on many Android devices, but if you don’t see it on your phone or tablet, you can always download it from the Play Store. Because Google’s Live Transcribe app is only available for Android,
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Step 6: If you want to change the language or the appearance of the transcribed text, click on the gear icon in the bottom-left.From now, the app will appear in your list of apps if it did not appear earlier. The app supports a range of languages including Indian languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Telugu and Urdu. You can choose to keep your transcriptions saved for three days by turning on the option for saving transcriptions from the Settings menu. You can select and copy the transcripted text to use it somewhere else.
Step 1: Open the Play Store and search for “Live Transcribe.” or you can just click on this direct link. If the app is pre-installed on your phone, you will see an Open button at the place ofInstall button. Click Install, if not done already. Once the app is installed, select the Open button to launch the App. HP Chromebook x360 14a 2-in-1 Laptop With Intel Celeron CPU Launched in India If you are opening the app for the first time, it will ask for permission to record Audio. Allow it by selecting “Allow” or “While using the app.” Try speaking something to your phone or ask someone around you to speak something. You will see the transcribed text on your screen.
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