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  1. gdiddy

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    Hello.
    Can you please help out....

    Is there an app that would let me speak into my phone and have my words typed onto a note pad.....

    Ideally, I'm looking to speak into my phone...and have it type my words...... on a Things to do List.

    So, I can randomly add things to do .......if I don't have a pen or pencil around.

    Thanks
     

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    I use Keep. It's probably not a perfect solution but it works. When I tell my phone to 'take a note' it plops it in Keep, I can then go online or on the phone and edit it/combine it w/something else or move it to wherever I need it. It does create a new note every time so you'd have to stay on top of it.
     
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    Great!
    Thanks. I'm going with Google Keep.....because it's a google world.
    Appreciate both recommendations.
    It helped me.
     
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    I like Keep, and I tried it for to-do lists, but I found that the free app GTask is much easier/faster to use-- especially if (like me) you make a "To Do List" widget and you just want to quickly add/delete stuff on that list. It syncs with Google Calendar (Tasks).

    I kept Keep for fun (doodling & photo markups). But I actually use GTask for to-do's. I hope that some day Google makes Keep quicker to use for "To Do's" and makes those "To Do's" sync with Google Calendar (Tasks).

    As a side note... If you use a PIM, like Microsoft Outlook on a PC, and if you use a program like Gsyncit to sync your Outlook Tasks with your Google Tasks, then it will also sync with GTask. It's a very nice total solution.
     
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