WhatsApp: How to know what they are saying in audio without listening

This year WhatsApp introduced a total of three changes for voice messages; First, the reproduction of audios at twice the speed; Second, removed waves; Third, the function that allows you to listen to your notes before sending them. The above application has been well received by over 2,000 million active users worldwide; However, of course there is a connection in your agenda that will usually send you several minutes of audio like a call. Today we will teach you a new trick so that you know everything they tell you without reproducing anything.

Audio messages came on WhatsApp in 2013, and since then they have become an indispensable tool when you do not have the ability to write, but many misuse or misuse it, which can turn out to be very long anyway, even if it is a 20 minute call forwarding voice note or function to run them at double speed.

We will teach you a new trick that works for Android and Apple iOS phones, to prevent your cell phone from being detected in your ear for several minutes. It is important to make it clear that you need to install an external application that you can download from the Google Play Store and the iPhone App Store.

How to know what an audio says without listening to it

First, download the applicationTranscribe to WhatsAppOn Android devices andTranscripto Audio TranscriptIOS for iOS mobiles.

Then, open the application and accept the permissions so that you can access voice messages on WhatsApp.

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Currently open Share Enter an individual or group conversation in which an audio was sent to you.

When you find the voice memo, press for a few seconds until it is shaded. Then, on the top right, touch the three vertical points.

Two options are displayed: nInfo.┬┤ and haShare┬┤, press the last one.

A new window will open where you need to select the app that will transcribe the audio.

Finally, the application only has to wait until it does its job, the delay depends on how long the audio lasts.

Ready, now you no longer have to spend minutes listening to your friend, family member or coworker, you can copy and paste transcribed text into Notepad, personal chat on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger etc.

Do you have a problem Share? Do you want to report it?

If you have any problem, you should write to their contact email: [email protected] or [email protected] You can make the same request from your iPhone through the dedicated service for iOS.

Now, if you need to do a general query, you can fill out the form using this link. There you have to put your phone number, except for your region code, and then write your message after identifying yourself.

Misty Tate

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