SAN FRANCISCO, CA (September 4, 2014) - Quicktate has announced that it has changed the way Evernote Audio Notes are processed for transcription.
Transcription is available to Evernote’s 100 million+ users simply by setting up a Quicktate account.
“Quicktate will accurately convert your Audio Note into high-quality searchable text and automatically submit it back to Evernote where it will be saved alongside the audio”, according to Lee Dorfman, Quicktate's CEO. "Prices start at less than 1 cent per word, with plans available for General, Legal and Medical transcription. Quicktate transcribes English, Spanish or French audios of any size. New users who sign up at http://quicktate.com/evernote.php will automatically get a $5.00 instant credit so that they may try the service.”
Audio files in Evernote are automatically and immediately delivered from Evernote to Quicktate to be transcribed if:
- The user permits Evernote to deliver audio notes to Quicktate (this is done from the user’s Profile page in Quicktate);
- “Quicktate” is included in the name of the Audio Note, or the Audio Note is tagged “Quicktate”
Quicktate provides high quality speech transcription, which easily integrates into existing services using a flexible REST API. Current applications include call auditing and transcribing voice mail messages, conference calls, iPhone, Android, and Evernote voice recordings. Specialties include medical, legal, general and law enforcement dictation. Quicktate is based in San Francisco, California.
Mr. Lee J. Dorfman
President and Chief Executive Officer
(877) DICTATE ext. 2