Many reasons may compel you not to use your keyboard to compose text. Maybe you suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome, or you find it easier to record your class lectures or thesis interviews. Eventually, you will need to convert the recorded audio into text, and the best way to go about this is by using a voice to text converter.
While voice to text converter was initially only applicable to desktops, the creation of mobile gadgets and development of easy-to-reach apps means that transcription is possible on a smartphone or tablet.
Voice to text converter apps have become increasingly valuable for users in a range of environments including college/university students. This is not the least as technology has matured to the point where errors in transcriptions are reasonably rare, with some voice to text converters rightly boasting 99.9 % accuracy rates for clear audio.
This article takes a close look into voice to text converters and how you can use them to save time on your thesis project.