Minimum taps voice memo app
I just upgraded from an android phone, a Nexus1 CM7 to CM10 on s3 i9300.
Before I used voice search to create a voice note saying "note to self ... ". Now with Jelly Bean, this function is screwed up. If you say "note to self dentist 12pm saturday" it tries to create a calendar event but always gets the date and time wrong.
I have thought to uninstall voice search and roll back to voice search 2.1.4 but really I think it is perhaps a better idea to find a separate app.
I need to create a voice note as follows:
1 have the recording emailed to me (I don't want to solely rely on text to speech if i am recording in noisy places)
2 create the memo with minimal taps (e.g. assigning to a single long press home button, speaking the memo, and then auto send would be nice)
3 Be able to work even with no connectivity
I started off with NetMemoPro, but . ..
Migrated to One Touch Voice Note by Craig Hamilton. Does almost everything you want and can be set up for truly one touch.
No connection to the app or author; just a satisfied user.
A little more about One Touch Voice Note
Actually in the paid version, for each of the 8 destination buttons you can specify whether you want EITHER the recognized text (from Google's Voice to Text engine) OR the audio file sent.
Originally Posted by timjamesbrennan
Further, when there is no internet connection, the app will record the audio file and queue it for later delivery when a connection is again available. However, this will not queue it for subsequent voice-to-text, just send the attached audio file.