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How to convert WhatsApp Voice messages to texts

Do you want to convert the voice messages on WhatsApp into readable text? Well, with a simple trick you can simply read voice message as a text message with an app named Transcriber for WhatsApp. So, from now on you will no longer need to put-in earphones in case someone sends a voice message to you.

WhatsApp is the most popular messenger for smartphone users across the globe and claims it has over 1 billion users across the world and it has somehow replaced the conventional method of texting with its features like free texts, voice, and video calls.

Moreover, not only those features, it keeps improving day by day and bringing new useful features to help users communicate in a better way. Among these features, is the ability to send voice messages, which is important when it is difficult to type.

Further, sometimes, especially when you are in a public place or meeting, it could not be possible to hear it. Well, in that case, here’s an app to rescue you from the situation. It will convert voice messages into readable texts, let’s find out how!

How to convert voice messages to text on WhatsApp?

First of all, download the ‘Transcriber for WhatsApp’ app by visiting the Google Play Store on your Android phone. Now, launch the app and you will see the welcome page and some instructions about how it works.

‎Once you are done with the cards, you’ll land the settings page of the app which is the only screen. Here you can change its settings of the app according to your requirements.

You can select options like the language you want the voice messages will be converted to. Also, choose whether to select a language before every conversion, detect a default language, conversion quality, etc.

Now, open WhatsApp and go to the chat which has a voice message that you want to convert. Tap and hold the voice message and tap on share icon at the top. Here, select Transcriber from the list of options. The Transcriber app will convert the voice message into readable text.

Also, if you enable quick launch feature in the app’s settings, you can convert the voice messages into texts just by tapping the play button on the voice message.

At the moment, Transcriber supports some popular languages like English, Hindi, Urdu, Bangla, and some foreign languages like Deutsch, Portuguese, etc. and support for more languages will be added soon.

You can download the Transcriber for WhatsApp from Play Store for free here.


Satyendra Pal Singh

Satyendra explores the latest happenings in the tech world and writes stories about those. He likes to play around with the latest gadgets and shares his views through articles. In his free time, you can find him watching movies/TV shows and/or reading books.