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.


  1. peg says:

    I’m already addicted!

  2. Graham Martin says:

    There’s a great 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.

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