7 Best Online Speech To Text Websites

In a world where efficiency is a priority, you would want your work to finish as fast as possible. And if your work requires transcribing speech to text then this article is going to be your savior. You can also use it to write things without typing, which can certainly help if your typing isn’t that fast. 

Best Online Speech To Text Websites

Best Online Speech To Text Websites

In this article, I am going to talk about 7 of the best online speech-to-text websites that you can use to exponentially increase your efficiency. All these tools I am going to talk about are free and accessible online, you don’t have to install anything. So, let’s check out each of them. 

1. Dictation

Dictation.io interface

Dictation allows you to write with your voice in any language. When you speak into the microphone, your voice is converted to text in real-time, ready to be reviewed and edited. This tool uses Google’s powerful speech recognition engine to transcribe your voice into text and the results are extremely fast. 

Of course, you need the Google Chrome browser or any Chromium-based browser and you’re good to go. The speech-to-text conversion was very accurate and quite fast. As it gives you options to edit the texts in real-time, it makes things much easier as well. Overall, a great tool and one of my favorites. 

2. Google Docs

Google Docs interface

You can now write and edit a document by dictating whatever you want in Docs or Google Slides speaker notes. As of now, this feature is only available on Google Chrome and other chromium-based browsers. There are two ways to access this feature. The first and easier one is by pressing Ctrl + Shift + S. It will ask you for permission, simply grant it and you’re ready to start.

Another method to use is to create a new document or open any of the existing ones, select tools from the upper toolbar, and select “Voice Typing“. The conversion is very accurate and fast here too. And being integrated into Google Docs, you don’t have to copy-paste texts from the converter to your document. You can work directly on Docs. 

3. Speechnotes

Speechnotes Interface 1

Speechnotes is a powerful free online notepad with speech recognition, designed to empower your ideas through a clean and efficient design, so you can focus on creating. It can work flawlessly on any of the browsers and you can start working right away. It is not very fast but it’s quite accurate.

The interface here is really clean and simple. Just click on the microphone, grant it permission and you’re ready to begin. And you can add emojis here as well, which is not something you would find on other converters. Overall, a clean, minimal, and effective converter that won’t disappoint you. 

4. Voice notebook

Voicenotebook Interface

Voice notebook is a speech recognition application for converting speech or audio to text. The current version only works for the Chrome browser on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. It has so many advanced features that it can be overwhelming for less tech-savvy users.

This application can recognize voice embedded in HTML5 video and audio or YouTube videos. So if you’re looking to extract texts from the videos, then this online tool is going to be your best help. I would have liked it more if the interface was a little better and easy to use. But overall, a great and powerful tool. 

5. SpeechTexter  

Speechtexter Interface

SpeechTexter is a free and professional speech-to-text conversion application that will help you transcribe any type of document, book, report, blog, etc. using your voice. The custom dictionary allows you to add short commands to insert frequently used data (punctuation marks, phone numbers, addresses, etc.). It is compatible with the Chrome browser with any OS.

The interface wasn’t very difficult to use and all the options are easily accessible. The conversions are quite fast and accurate. With the presence of a customer dictionary, it becomes even easier to use for everyday tasks. It might not be the most powerful tool on the list, but overall, a pretty handy tool and highly recommended.  

6. Speechlogger 

Speechlogger Interface

Speechlogger is instant web translation and speech recognition software. Like the others in the list, it also uses Google’s speech-to-text technologies. It allows automatic punctuation, automatic saving, time stamps, text editing capacity, transcription of audio files, export options (to text and subtitles), and more.  

The user experience is really great. You won’t face any problem with using it whatsoever. The inclusion of a translator makes it even more powerful than ever. There are other handy features like sharing the document via email, printing, and emojis. Overall, a really great tool for speech-to-text conversion. 

7. TextFromToSpeech 

TextFromToSpeech Interface

The TextFromToSpeech online tool is a voice recognition tool that allows you to dictate a text and the system will transcribe it. You can use it to convert texts to audio as well, where you can have a robotic voice speaking for you. Also, it supports multiple languages, so you don’t have to worry about translation as well. 

Dictation can be paused and resumed at any second and it will save the position of the last word. Its really smart tools recognize voice commands to insert punctuation marks, intelligently insert capital letters, and, among other functionalities, you can save, copy, print, or send the dictated text. Altogether, a really great tool for fast text-to-speech conversions. 

FAQs

How can I convert my speech to text?

You can use the website Dictation to convert your speech to text. Simply launch the online tool, click on the mic icon, grant permission and now whatever you say will be displayed on the page on the left. 

Can Google transcribe audio files?

No, Google does not transcribe audio files. But you can use the online tool called oTranscribe to convert your audio/video files to text.

 

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Satish Shah
Member of Team TJ - Tech Enthusiast, and Programmer

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