Sunday, 7 July 2013

ListNote: Writing Notes Becomes Hassle-Free With The Speech-To-Text Feature [Android]

Although there are a number of Android apps allowing you to organize your thoughts in the form of notes, where ListNote differs from them is its voice-to-text feature that lets you write notes without having to actually type them. The voice recognition feature can be activated with just one click. The resulting snippet is saved as a note and even allows further addition to the text, both through speech and typing.

Moreover, the app allows you to maintain the privacy of your notes by enabling password protection for each of them.

In order to facilitate search for password protected notes, the first 20 words are not encrypted. For making the note search more efficient and quick, the notes are organized in an index.


  • Lets you put notes in categories and color code them as well.
  • Allows note sharing via email, text messaging, Twitter or any other note-taking app that features notes with plain text.
  • Offers both speech-to-text and typing features to write notes.

Download and install ListNote.

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