In the world of voice tech, I have found nothing quite like Scripter. It is going to be available for pre-order here. Being a unique wearable device, it can provide just as unique experiences and create opportunities where your phone would throw in the towel.
This article showcases (in no particular order) 7 different ways you can use Scripter in your everyday life, from the professional environment to creative projects. So buckle up and let’s take a look!
Home to stray ideas
We all know what it’s like to experience a flash of inspiration and think, “Oh cool, I’ll write it down as soon as I’m free”; we all know how it usually ends. Scripter allows you to take notes on the go, so you can be as spontaneous with your ideas as you want.
Type & Drive
While actually typing while driving is a sure way to end up the winner of the Darwin Awards, Scripter makes it possible to input text using voice. This changes everything. You don’t look away from the road, your hands are firmly on the wheel, and your notes are all taken care of. Neat!
Transcribe business meetings
Would it not be handy to have a secretary standing at your side, jotting down every single important detail of your meetings? Especially when you haven’t had enough sleep, the current meeting is the third one since morning, and you would rather pay attention to the speaker than take notes? Scripter is the digital secretary you’ve always wanted. It saves both audio and excellent quality transcripts (hence the name), as well as your precious time.
The fear of the blank page (or screen), something Stephen King talks about extensively in his On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, is a phenomenon most of us are familiar with more closely than we’d like to admit. It often leads to procrastination. Another peril is a fixation on minor flaws; reading and re-reading the paragraph until words make no sense. Talking, on the other hand, is easy. Telling a story to an imaginary listener brings out your creativity like nothing else in the world.
And digital detox
If you have ever wanted to take a break from the internet, Scripter is your friend. Unlike smartwatches and phones, it doesn’t pester you with notifications or status updates. The design is deliberately minimalistic, with no screen and only one button on the side of the device. With Scripter, you can be productive while staying off the grid.
To-do list with style
This one goes out to all the people as fond of lists as I am. To-do, to-read, to-buy, to-call; sometimes a good list is what makes or breaks your schedule. Efficiency aside, Scripter allows for hashtags, which lets you breeze through to-do lists, adding new items on the go.
For journalists and HR specialists, Scripter is a must-have tool. Voice-to-text means you don’t have to transcribe the audio manually, and the recordings made by Scripter have been made extra easy to share thanks to the built-in export feature connected to your favorite apps (or you could just copy n’ paste everything).
As you can see, Scripter is remarkably versatile. It is one of the best wearables for busy people, be they managers, writers, or CEOs. And although we have put seven ways to use Scripter on our list and not, say, fifty, it’s only because we like the number 7. Scripter is capable of so much more!