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How to use Android for dictation and transcription

Essays, emails, articles and the like mainly get written on computers because it is much easier to work on large screens and keyboards. But what about ideas that arrive while you are out walking or traveling? Pretty much everyone carries a smartphone, and they are ideal for making short notes while on the go. But that doesn’t help much with writing your long-awaited novel, or any other content that includes a substantial number of words.

Back in the day many writers, business people, doctors, scientists and others would dictate their text either directly to an assistant (a stenographer), or into a recorder (a Dictaphone) to have

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