Voice In Chrome Extension

With Voice In, you can use speech-to-text capabilities in ANY textbox on ANY website. Voice In uses Google's speech recognition engine, one of the most accurate Speech To Text technology available today to let you voice type into any website.

You can use Voice In to:

Email Dictation

Use Voice In to compose emails with ease in Gmail, Outlook, Zoho Mail, and, other popular email sites.

Voice Typing

Go hands free and type with ease without having to sit in front of the keyboard. Get our thoughts out and take a quick pass in the end to fix mistakes

Customer Support

You can use Voice In in customer support portals like Zendesk to respond to users quickly.

Screenshot of Voice In working in Gmail


Download the extension from the Chrome Extension
Download Voice In

After initial installation - it's recommended to close and reopen the browser, so it can work smoothly on all opened tabs.

There are three ways to start dictation:
1) Simply place the mouse in the text-box, and then you can either right-click and choose Start-Recording from the popup menu, or,
2) Simply click on the extension's button right to the address bar. VoiceIn works silently in the background and is always on.
3) Use the keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+9 on Chromebook/Windows/Linux ; Command+Shift+9 on Mac. You can change these by going to chrome extensions chrome://extensions/shortcuts

Default recognition language is English-US.
To switch language go to the app's options page on:

First time - you'll need to give the extension microphone permissions.

For dictating on Facebook, Stack Overflow, and some other specific websites, you might need to manually type in Space (using your keyboard) and only then start dictation. This is because these sites expects user's keyboard input.

Would love to hear your feedback! If a particular site does not work or you have feedback, email us at support@dictanote.co.
Created with love by makers of Dictanote (https://dictanote.co).