WhatsApp is an application that allows you to communicate quickly no matter how you go on the street, or at home. If you are sitting placidly, you can take things easy and write a paragraph without problems, but if you go down the street, with your hands full and you can’t answer anything, you always have voice notes to say what you want. The problem comes when the other person, the receiver, because of where he is and who he is with, is unable to listen to what we say, so he will have no choice but to leave it for later. With the problem that this entails if what we are asking is for now. So with all the above, do we have an alternative that allows us to avoid listening to those audio files so that the smartphone transcribes it to us? The answer is yes. At the moment only on Android You have that application that can work the miracle in the Google Play Store and, at least for now, it is only available for Android and is under development so you will surely understand any problem that may occur while you use it . So we download it to the device and once installed, this is what you have to do. The first thing is to go to WhatsApp to choose that voice note that we want to transcribe. Once open, click on the share option and that is where the option to send it to Transcriber for WhatsApp will appear, in such a way that the app will automatically analyze everything that is said in that file. After a few seconds, you will have the result to read it instead of listening to it. With hardly any delays or problems. It is an application developed by an Italian user, named Mirko Dimartino and which has been in Early Access practically since its launch in December 2019. Surely the coronavirus pandemic has prevented its completion on time but at this time, it offers results more than interesting that, as we say, will serve so that those who cannot hear the voice notes have a more or less reliable alternative. Remember, also, that these days WhatsApp is already launching in all territories the version of its application compatible with different playback speeds of voice notes. Something that will save you time if you decide to listen to them at 2x, for example.