Please hurry! For a short time, this iPhone transcription software is free

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Once the Text4Me application is installed, you just have to select your audio file, whether it is on WhatsApp, Signal, Telegram or Voice Memos, and share it with Text4Me. The application offers you the possibility of transcribing long texts, in several languages and very quickly. It can be useful for those who need to translate oral speeches, subtitle videos, or for those who don’t like to write. Good news! Unlike many transcription apps, this one does not store your data. The Ukrainian developer Dmytro Hrebeniuk, who created the app, does not collect any data with this app. The application does not offer in-app purchases either. NextPit receives a commission for purchases made via the marked links. This has no influence on the editorial content and there are no costs for you. You can find out more about how we make money on our transparency page.

Are you sick of having to retype a whole speech in order to subtitle a video, or are you worried of wearing out your fingers by writing a breakup letter or a confession of love? Text4Me is most likely the answer to your problems. For a limited time, the iOS software is free and allows you to transcribe over 50 languages directly from your iPhone or iPad. Text4Me is a simple to use transcribing programme. It lets you convert audio to text using apps like Telegram, WhatsApp, Signal, YouTube, and Voice Memos. The software has the capability of transcribing almost 50 languages, including English, French, Arabic, and German, swiftly and accurately. All you have to do now is download the programme, which is only 13.5 MB in size.



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