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Deepgram is renowned for its accuracy and knack for swiftly transcribing audio. It has the capability to consistently produce reliable transcriptions depending upon its recognition of varied accents. On top of this, its ongoing context-based analysis lends itself to granting promptly relevant outputs as well as meticulous outcomes.

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  • Ben H.Solutions Architect

    I was involved in a Hackathon where the goal was to provide realtime translation in a setting like a church service to participants who were not fluent in the language being spoken. We realized pretty quickly that the most critical piece of accomplishing this was to have accurate transcripts from the original audio stream - without that the project was doomed. After a bit of research, we decided to use Deepgram due to its ease of integration, the configurability, and the ability to work with multiple input languages. There also were quite a few helpful examples and tutorials to get us started quickly. We ended up accomplishing our goals with Deepgram and ended up winning the Hackathon with our project. Review collected by and hosted on

  • Andrei I.Small-Business(50 or fewer emp.)

    Deepgram knows who their customers are, developers or tech decision-makers in a company, so their site is made for them. It is so easy to understand everything, implement it quickly in any app and easy to find all information in the Documentation. I would use again and recommend it to others. Review collected by and hosted on

  • Claudio C.Senior DevOps Engineer

    Deepgram is super fast and accurate when it comes to transcribing audio. It can handle multiple languages which is really handy. They give you $200 credit to start with, which is pretty generous. It has cool features like transcribing in paragraphs and it's really precise. Plus, their API documentation is easy to understand and use. Review collected by and hosted on

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  • Verified User in Computer SoftwareSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)

    Too many spelling mistakes, especially with acronyms. doesn't always spell keywords correctly. Review collected by and hosted on

  • Dhruv J.Founding Engineer

    The response time of speech to text is a little high. Hindi support would be helpful too. Review collected by and hosted on

  • Chris H.Small-Business(50 or fewer emp.)

    More significant issues: The transcription quality is comparable to other services I've used, but still nowhere near good enough to transcribe our podcasts reliably without a LOT of editing. The "keywords" feature can help a little, but it's not perfect. I also had to jump through many hoops to use entire phrases as keywords (such as a brand name or a person's full name). That isn't officially supported (not sure why), but it's so essential that it was worth hacking around that limitation. Review collected by and hosted on