Download STT::App apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

13 Jul

Posted by Alastair H Moore in Communication | July 13, 2014 | 2 Comments

Apk file size: 200.0 KB

STT::App is a lightweight notepad app designed to display the output of Google's voice typing keyboard.

It is specifically aimed as a communication aid for people wishing to talk to someone who is deaf or hard of hearing. The app uses automatic speech recognition (ASR) as an alternative to lip speaking/reading or manually writing with pen and paper. The speech-to-text is performed by the google keyboard (see To improve the readability of the output STT::App detects speech pauses and automatically breaks the text.

STT::App has a very simple interface allowing you to easily
- adjust the text size to ensure legibility in any situation
- clear the screen
- save or email the current conversation for future reference (using external apps)

Please be aware that the app is intended to be as simple as possible to use for displaying speech-to-text results. There are plenty of alternative notepad apps out there for other purposes!

If you have a suggestion for improving this app please use the contact form at

Whats new

    Updated icons.
    Added option to turn off auto-advance, which is useful if you just want to type.

Alastair H Moore part of our Communication and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update July 13, 2014. Google play rating is 67.6923. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 200.0 KB.

Download stt-app.apk 200.0 KB


Philip Le Mare

Hi Hello, I am a charity volunteer for the hard of hearing and downloaded this APP to see if it worked and so I can show others I might meet whilst volunteering and I am very pleased with it, although not used it for a real situation yet as I have been talking to myself, as one does. :) As an addition it would be great if a smily face, or some indication came as as I laughed or giggled just to make a conversation a little more human. Great APP cheers

Dina Kravets

Thank you for a great app It's the only one out of many dozens I tried that does the one simple thing that makes it immensely useful to hard of hearing -- it keeps Google voice recognition working through pauses in speaker's speech and only turns GV off when the user explicitly taps the screen. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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