Monday, September 19, 2016

Notibuyer records and transcribes notes and lists


I’m often driving my car when something pops into my brain that I want to write down and remember. It might be food that I need to pick up at the grocery store or an item I sometimes forget to pack for a business trip.

I’m not going to pull over or type on my phone while driving so I might dictate a text message to myself.

Notibuyer looks like a much better alternative. It’s an app that lets you dictate a voice memo and have it automatically transcribed.

Each voice memo recorded with Notibuyer is transcribed into text and also saved as an audio file. If you’ve used Google Voice to transcribe phone messages, you know that transcription is not always 100% accurate and that it’s a good idea to be able to listen to the original.

Notibuyer will work with photos, too. That can be handy when you remember a specific product or technical details like the formula for custom-mixed paint or the prescription you got at your last eye exam.

Users can also invite friends, family members and business colleagues to join Notibuyer groups and share notes and to-do lists.

Notibuyer is a free download for Android devices available in the Google Play Store. For more details, check out the video below and visit the Notibuyer website.


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