Tip: Take notes with the Notes recorder on iPhone

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta August 14, 2022
Updated 2022/08/14 at 8:09 AM

The Apple ecosystem has been relying on the Notes application for many years. Because it is very simple to use, few are those who explore it and extract all its potential. Did you know that it is possible to transcribe text through this iPhone app, using the voice recorder?

Go to the article and see how!




As we have already seen, Android has lost users to the iPhone, which is gaining many fans. In addition to new users who may not recognize the potential of iOS, few are those who arrived longer ago and know how to take advantage of them.

The Notes application, for example, allows for a number of things that users are usually unaware of. From protecting your notes with a password and scanning a document through the app, to mentioning other users.

This time, we show you how you can transcribe what is being said without having to run down what you hear, using the voice recorder. This feature can be very handy to use during classes or meetings and lectures.

Notes on iPhone transcribe for you

enter the application Grades and click on the button in the lower right corner to start a new note.

Notes App on iPhone

After the blank note opens, look at the keyboard and look for the MICin the lower right corner, along with keyboard settings and changing the language.

Microphone for voice recording in iPhone Notes

If you are going to record something you are going to say, speak and watch the transcription being done automatically. If you want to record a lecture or meeting, put down your smartphone and let the app do its work.


To return to the keyboard, click on the icon in the lower right corner and resume writing.


clicking on OKin the upper right corner, saves the note in the application as usual.

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