SmartScribe is a voice to text translator that combines voice recording and transcription in one place. It works good for meetings, taking lecture notes, doctor appointments, interviews, and anything else that you would normally want to write down or record.
Powerful audio to text app in 31 different dialects
Speaker identification for up to 10 speakers
Voice to text translator with an option to become powerful medical transcriber
Intuitive design and effortless onboarding
Ease of use: Launch app & Record with just one tap
Organized recordings via the familiar folder structure
Currently, SmartScribe is only distributed on iOS devices. (iPhones and iPads)
The transcription algorithm uses deep learning to add punctuation and formatting automatically so that the output closely matches the quality of manual transcription at fraction of the time and cost.
The transcription module is based on a deep learning algorithm (a branch of Artificial Intelligence). SmartScribe’s transcription engine is superior to majority of comparable apps in the market. For more accurate results human intervention is necessary, which is a lot more expensive and time consuming. However, the gap between Artificial Intelligence model transcriptions and human transcription is narrowing rapidly.
For now, SmartScribe only supports MP4 and M4A. iOS Voice Memo by default stores the audio in M4A format. Hence, you can import your Voice Memos to SmartScribe and transcribe.
Audio files around 60 minutes long are typically delivered within 30 mins.
Medical is more designed for medical transcribing. The algorithm is trained to understand medical terminology while generic is designed for more generic use.
When there are multiple speakers in the recorded audio, the transcription module can recognize that and tag the speakers. You can easily tag those speakers with their real names or aliases in SmartScribe by simply tapping on the default tags and entering your custom tag (name or alias).
Yes, the transcriber model is trained with variety of English accents and dialects (i.e. Australian-English/UK-English/Indian-English/US-English). For more accurate transcription, select the relevant English type from the ‘Languages’ section in the Transcription screen.
The video below demonstrates how SmartScribe is meant to be used:
Tap the “+” sign on top right in the folder screen.
Tap the folder icon.
First you need to select the folder, then you can tap record button to record.
You can tap on the file to label it.
To delete a file or an empty folder, drag it to the left to expose the delete button.
Tap the swap button and select the destination folder.
(A) Open Voice Memo:
(B) Open SmartScribe:
Tap on the import button at the top right corner and select your file. Make sure the audio format is MP4 or M4A.
Tap the pen button, select language and settings, and submit.
Tap the name of speakers in the Transcription report screen to rename it. To rename a speaker name for only one paragraph, enter a hash(#) before the name.
Use the share button from the transcription page to send the audio along with the transcription. To share the audio file only, swipe right on the audio file.
Tap the info button from the folder page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.