I don’t like WhatsApp audios and this bot is my best ally to continue not listening to them

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In my opinion there are two types of people: those who like WhatsApp audios and those who are right. I don’t like the audios, I never liked them and I never will, but the good news is that a new one is now added to the classic option of ignoring them: let the bot listen to them.

The AI ​​can stop the bullet for me, listening to the audio, transcribing it into text and telling me what it’s about. It is a service that has expanded greatly in recent months and will surely continue to grow, to the delight of those of us who resist listening to audios on WhatsApp. I do want this job to be eliminated by AI.

Listen to the audio for me and tell me

There are many reasons why I don’t like it when they send me audios to WhatsApp, although they are summarized in one thing as simple as that my cell phone is silenced 99% of the time and I don’t feel like having to listen in real time (or a little accelerated) to what they have to say. Write it to me instead or, if you don’t want to, dictate it to your cell phone and send it to me as a text.

Since no one pays attention to me, I have had to choose what I do have control over to continue without listening to what they write to me. There have always been applications to convert WhatsApp audio to text, but now what they get are the botswhich does not even need to be installed.

There are more and more bots of this type that can transcribe voice notes into text, such as Cami, Luzia or Alfred the Transcriber, although they tend to be very limited. Let you try it a little and then they ask you to pay. I hate WhatsApp audios, yes, but not enough to pay to transcribe them. At least not yet.

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That is why my best ally for now is AI Transcription Bot by Audionotes.aiwho you can chat with through this link. The bot uses the Audionotes.ai API, the free version of which has reasonable limitations: 30 minutes of transcription per month, 6 minutes maximum per recording. Covers most cases.

The first time you talk to the bot you must configure the languages ​​and otherwise the process is as easy as reen

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As a curiosity, this bot sends you three messages after you send it a voice note: the transcription itself, a summary of it (which is sometimes very similar to the original) and a list of points about what has been said. In addition to listening to the audios, it gives me a summary what they say. You can not ask for more.

Of course, it also has its drawbacks. In addition to not understanding the audios, sometimes I have had to laugh at him

For now it isThe best way I have found to continue without listening to the voice notes, although if I have learned something from other similar bots it is that sooner or later they will end up limiting their functions even more for those who do not check out. No problem, I’ll find another one.

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