If you need a way to transcribe interviews and other conversations into text, there are a variety of apps and services available, but a service that's worth it is Otter. Through Otter you can record language of yourself or of several people. The app analyzes the words and tries to write them in text. You can then export the text for use in a document, e-mail, or other file type.
Otter is accessible on the internet and via a mobile app and offers 600 minutes of transcription each month for free. A premium account launches in 6,000 minutes each month and receives email support of $ 9.99 per month or $ 79.99 per year.
Like any machine-based transcription service, Otter is not perfect. It will of course make mistakes. To improve accuracy, Otter recommends that you place your computer or mobile phone within three feet of all speaking parties, that you speak clearly, and that you want to minimize background noise and language overlaps. All of this may not be easy to swing in a conversation with multiple speakers, but the greater you can improve the recording conditions, the more accurate your transcription will be.