How to Transcribe Voicemail to Text on Android

How to transcribe voicemail on Android

Tired of sitting through long, rambling voicemails? It's annoying enough having to find the time to listen to them, but it's even more frustrating when 90% of the message is introduction and pleasantries. It would be so much easier if you could get straight to the point.

And with voicemail transcription, you can!

By transcribing your voicemails to text, you can skip to the most important part of every message, without ever hitting play.

To convert voicemail to text on your Android, you'll need to use a transcription tool. In this guide, we'll discuss your options, and walk you through how to transcribe an Android voicemail using Transcribe.

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Android voicemail transcription: your options

First things first, check if the built-in voicemail app on your Android has a transcription service. If so, give this a go. It might work well enough for you, or you might find that the transcription is highly inaccurate and confusing to read.

Your other option is to use a third-party audio transcription service like Transcribe. All you have to do is upload your voicemail to the Transcribe online editor, and you'll receive a clear and accurate voicemail transcription in a matter of minutes - if not seconds.

How to transcribe an Android voicemail to text using Transcribe

1. Download your voicemail

Go to your Android voicemails and find the voicemail you want to transcribe. Tap (or in some cases, tap and hold) the message you want to save. In the menu that appears, look for options like 'Save', 'Export', or 'Archive' - the wording will vary between Android phones.

2. Open

3. Upload the voicemail to Transcribe

4. Choose your language

Select the language of your voicemail from more than 120 languages and dialects.

5. Start the transcription process

Your Android voicemail transcription will be ready in a matter of minutes - if not seconds.

6. Your transcription is ready!

You can now read your Android voicemail as text. If you want, you can also export the file to TXT, PDF, DOCX, SRT or JPG.

Ready to transcribe voicemail messages from your Android?

Download the Transcribe app or launch the online editor to get started.

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