Vtext FAQ’s

What is Vtext?

Vtext in it’s simplest form in the ability to use your voice on different platforms ie (mobile phone, tablet, computer or other device) to convert  speech to text.  Read extended explanation what is vtext?

How to use Vtext?

The question of how to use vtext can vary based on what platform or program you are using.  The basic structure involves using a built in voice recognition feature or app / software to pick up your audible message.  Then this program will transcribe your message into the “text” it is designed to do.  Examples are: Mobile phone – text message, email, social media.  Tablet – same as mobile.  Computer – Word document, forms, email, social media updates and other programs.

Who uses Vtext?

Because vtext encompasses voice to text, speech to text, and aspects of voice recognition, the groups of people who use it vary greatly. Some of the biggest demographic are: Writers, Reporters, Busy People, People Who Don’t Like To Type, Teens, Drivers and so on.

Why do people use Vtext?

Why people use vtext is another question that has many different answers, but some of the most popular are:

  • Drivers can’t or don’t want to text and drive
  • It’s faster than typing
  • It’s more efficient and can be easily organized
  • It eliminates a step in the writing process
  • It’s FUN

What are the advantages of using Vtext?

The obvious advantages of using vtext are the efficiency, time saver, safety etc.  The not so obvious are their uses by people with physical conditions or who use them on devices with limited typing function.

What are the disadvantages of using Vtext?

As with all things, there are some disadvantages to using vtext.  One of the most common complaints with vtext apps, programs and software is that they aren’t always good at accurately transcribe your message.  This comes in the form of wrong words, string sentences with no punctuation and having to speak unnaturally.  As programs and technology continue to improve, many of these disadvantages will most likely become less of an issue.

Where would a person use Vtext?

The question of where would a person use vtext has changed a lot over just the last few years.  Today a person could really use vtext, speech to text and voice to text anywhere.  People can use it in the office, in the car, on their phone, tablet, at home on their laptop or pc, at a conference, interview or media event, really anywhere!