Understand the human voice.

About Rev

Our Story

In 2010, five MIT classmates shared a dream: to build a marketplace where skilled freelancers could connect with customers in need of fast, affordable services no matter where either were located. On our mission to bring this vision to life, we tried offering every service from certified translations to math homework help.

Eventually, we discovered our home in the world of speech-to-text. 

Staying true to our mission to create great, work-anywhere jobs, Rev has climbed to become the #1 speech-to-text service in the world. By combining our  network of 72,000+ (and growing) amazing freelancers with the world’s most accurate speech recognition AI, we’re able to deliver our services at an unprecedented scale—while creating more jobs every day.  

It’s that combination of AI and people that makes Rev’s speech-to-text offerings both exceptionally distinct and absolutely unbeatable in terms of quality and scale. When businesses and individuals need the most reliable captions, subtitles, or transcripts at lightning speed, they count on Rev.

99% accurate captions, transcripts, and subtitles.

Learn how AI and freelancers around the globe work together

Rev is the #1 speech-to-text service in the world. Here's why.

Our mission: create great work-anywhere jobs, powered by AI.

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Our promise: super fast and accurate speech-to-text, powered by robots and perfected by people.

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Speech-to-text services

Add closed captions to your video in English.

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Transcribe your audio or video into text.

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Translate your video into 15+ languages.

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Like our AI, Rev is always learning and growing.

See how we’re stepping up customer assurance and social responsibility with new policies that are better for everyone.

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Rev is always looking to bring talented people with positive energy onto our team. Every day we strive to create new jobs and improve accessibility—sound like something you could get on board with?

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