Voice Dictation Pro

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Sunday, January 20, 2019
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Description of App


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User benefits:

  • Up to five times faster than typing on a keyboard
  • The application is based on an intelligent speech recognition that improves with time.
  • Automatic grammar correction
  • An extraordinary precision in all situations
  • A convenient way to send SMS messages, emails, update your Facebook or post messages on Twitter
  • 22 Supported languages : List below

The VoiceToApps application is a fantastic way to be effective and save valuable time each day.

Just use your voice instead of typing, touch the microphone dictation app, then say what you have to say, the iPhone converts your words into text. Use the dictation to write an email or an SMS messages, taking notes and more.


  • User-friendly interface and compatible Retina
  • Dictation to write an email
  • Dictation to write a text or an iMessage
  • Automatic correction of grammar and conjugation
  • Copy text and paste it into notes or a word processing application such as (Documents to Go, Pages, Quickoffice, etc.).
  • Copy text and paste it in your favorite Apps .
  • The text can be copied to your Facebook or Twitter.
  • 22 supported languages :​

System Requirements:

  • VoiceToApps requires an internet connection (WiFi or 3G/EDGE).
  • VoiceToApps works on iPhone, iPad(1,2), and on the second and third generation iPod Touch with external microphone.

We always continue to improve the app. Stay tuned for the next updates



Free or Paid


Apple Watch Support

Not Known

iOS Version


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Accessibility Comments

Works great with Voice Over. It is now fully accessible!

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

All buttons are clearly labeled.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments

The market for a Voice to Text app is getting quite crowded. This is a decent app for doing so. So as for Voice Assistant and VoiceTexter. I still highly recommend the VoiceTexter myself. It provides a lot more in the way of features. You certainly get the best bang for your buck with VoiceTexter. So take at a look at that first if I were you. If you are looking for a decent FREE Voice to Text dictation. I would suggest taking a good look at VoiceTexting.


2 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Jeff Samco 6 years 11 months ago



Submitted by Carrie Schaffer on Sunday, March 18, 2012

HI I purchased this app yesterday and was very impressed with it's response time and it seems to get most things correct. It is worth the current price. It says that it is %50 off right now. I think this will return to $1.99 after a while. I have three apps that I think work well in different ways Vocul for dictating texts, Voice to apps for also dictating texts, but for also dictating tweets and emails. and the speak to it assistant app for asking questions and making phone calls with your voice. They are all great apps. These can work in conjunction with Serie if someone has an Iphone 4S.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Friday, March 23, 2012

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Voice to Apps is no longer the name of this app. It has now changed to Voice Dictation. The new v2.1 has brought even more awesome addition to an already must have app. All accessibility issues have been fixed and many new features have been added to this.


What's New in Version 2.1
First of all Thanks for all your feedback, ratings and reviews!

We’re proud to present you with the newly redesigned Voice Dictation app. We’ve worked hard to improve the overall performance and simplicity,
and focused the application to those features that matter to you most:Voice Recognition and more applications (Pages, Dropbox etc.)

This update contains numerous stability improvements.

✪ Now Support the landscape mode in the iPad
✪ 3 times faster than the previous version
✪ Added more accuracy to the recongnation
✪ Now support the following apps :
‣ Pages
‣ Evernote
‣ DropBox
‣ QuickOffice
‣ Doc2Go
‣ Many other apps

✪ Added localization (Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian).
✪ The bip sound is disabled by default. You can turn it on from the Settings.
✪ Add accessibility labels
✪ UI design improvement
✪ iPad 3 Retina Icon
✪ New! our other apps section
✪ Minor bugs fixed

it was me, giving feedbacks for the unlabeled buttons, and I am happy they fixed! Now I just suggested them, to control when the beep is deactivated or not. That is: "if voiceover is running, tell the app to have acoustic signal activated by default. otherwise, let checkbox deactivated" I think it would be a good compromise Of course, I do not feel it's annoying for an iDevice power-user to click a button and activate a checkbox. But there are many newbies who would stay upset to notice beep is no longer there and do not know how to set it up again! :)

Submitted by sira on Wednesday, March 28, 2012

I like this app, but after recording what i want to say and sending it to applications the main screen comes up. How can i pick the app that i want the text to go in?

That is a very good question. This will depends on what app that you are wanting to dictate for? First to do of course is to dictate to the Voice Dictation. Once this has been achieved. The Voice Dictation app will pop up a set of menus to select from. You can either pick the following: Edit Text Email SMS and iMessage Facebook Twitter Applications Now remember under the Applications option. This will bring up additional set of Applications that may be installed on your device that Voice Dictation supports. If none of these options is the application you want to send your Voice Dictation to then select the Copy option. Now this has been put in to the clipboard memory of your device. We are now ready to go in to your app. So go in to the app that you want to paste this Now be sure that you are in the Text box. From here. I just double tap a single finger and hold. You should hear a ding and gives you a list of things you can do. One of these options is the Paste. Select the Paste and yes it needs to be in the Edit mode. Now that should do it. I hope this helped you out?! Feel free to ask any more questions if you need help.

Submitted by otrlibrary on Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Maybe this will be fixed down the road but I finally got sick of this app reporting new items when ever I touched the icon. Nothing I did while in the app seemed to get rid of that message. Maybe there were adds or something but I don't like apps that try to get me to open them by putting new item messages in to the app name. Come on now, what new item could or should you have in an app that is supposed to be for voice dictation? Email or a news reader fine but you expect to have something new associated with them. Static apps such as this one should have no reason at all to keep annoying the user with "new items".

Submitted by Kerry Fielding on Friday, August 24, 2012

In reply to by otrlibrary

Really like this app and haven't experienced any of the problems mentioned in the last post. However, I was wondering how you specify the recipient of a text or IMessage? Cheers.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Friday, November 30, 2012

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Very much like the VoiceAssistant it has gained the same makeover and gained some new features. Now works for the IOS 6 and the iPhone 5.

What's New in Version 2.3.1

★ New Design
★ New feature Voice to Calendar
★ Added more languages (Arabic, Greek, Turkish, Czech and Hungarian)
★ Fix a critical bug related to the open with feature in iOS 6
★ Now compatible with iOS 6.
★ Support of the iPhone 5.
★ Improvements to speed and stability.


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