Jott takes dictation to the next level

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Jott is old news, but is it also still in beta, so I don’t feel badly for only posting about it now. Jott lets you call from your cell phone, tell Jott what to do, and Jott will transcribe your voice into an e-mail you can send to yourself or someone else, a text file, your to-do list, and more.

For the keyboard-challenged, Jott is a great way to cut out the middleperson—usually a secretary printing out e-mails and transcribing dictated responses—and focus on getting things done seamlessly.

Best of all, Jott is free to join.

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  • peg

    I’m already addicted!

  • Graham Martin

    There’s a great LifeHacker.org post on implementing Jott and EverNote so that everytime you use Jott, it automatically shows up in your EverNote account.

    For those playing the home game, this is basically a voice-driven Post-It Note function: you call Jott on your phone at any point to leave a note, and it adds it right into your EverNote account.

    Both Jott and EverNote are free, and fantastic.