Tetra iOS

Automatic summaries on phone calls using AI

Tetra uses AI to take notes on phone calls, to help you focus, remember the details, and keep your team in sync.

Dial through the app and focus on the call, as Tetra captures your conversation with speech recognition. Tag highlights and action items with a single tap. Then, get your notes back within minutes, so you can remember the details.

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6 Reviews5.0/5
Alexandr Wang
Cofounder/CEO at Scale API

great stuff from the tetra team!

Pros:

* great iOS app

* dialer UX + twilio integration is really clean

Cons:

* want an android app!

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Jon Goldsmith
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CEO @ Tetra
Hey Product Hunt, We’ve been hard at work iterating on your feedback from our first launch, and we couldn’t be more excited to share the major improvements we’ve made in Tetra iOS: - Dial a phone number into the app and connect directly to your recipient using high definition VoIP, while Tetra automatically captures the whole conversation. - Tag highlights and action items with a single tap on a call, then breeze through the summary in your Notes later. - AI-only, always. We’ve improved automatic speech recognition accuracy so much that we were able to remove humans from the transcription process entirely. Now, you’ll get notes back within 15 minutes of your call at a fraction of the old cost. This release is also packed with features to streamline your business calling workflow, like Dial-In Number Prefill from calls on your calendar. We’d love to get your feedback, so Tetra iOS comes with 60 minutes of free calling. Stay tuned for updates on our ML roadmap — some truly magical features to eliminate the busywork of managing projects and relationships are shipping soon… Download the app and shoot me a note at jon@asktetra.com if you run into any trouble or have feedback! We’d especially love to hear from managers on distributed teams.
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William FalloonInteractive emerging tech and media
@asktetra @imjgoldsmith Hey Jon, looks like just what I need. How is pricing handled?
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Jon Goldsmith
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CEO @ Tetra
@william_falloon Hey William, great to hear. We offer monthly subscriptions between $9/mo (5 hours of calling) and $99/mo (unlimited).
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Brett BivensEarly Stage Investor at TechNexus
As an investor that spends a lot of time on the phone with founders, using Tetra is a huge help. Our firm is on pace to do ~ 200 investments in the next couple of years with a small team so leveraging tools that help us scale up our work is crucial...and Tetra is one of those tools. Tetra allows me to be more engaged on calls and the Highlights feature makes it easier for me to get my teammates up to speed on the conversations I'm having. Also love being able to go back into my calls and search for specific questions I asked and compare responses across companies. It has been exciting seeing how quickly the Tetra team has moved with this product!
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Nick Neuman
CEO at Casa
This could be a conference-call note-taking game-changer! I tested it out on a call just now, and the notes came out pretty rough. I'm assuming that will get better over time as your algorithm "listens" to more conversations and learns. How do you plan on getting the volume that you need to quickly improve the AI translation? The pricing isn't cheap, which seems to work against you in getting a mass amount of users to frequently record their calls. Also just wanted to point out a minor UI bug - when you tap "Change Plan" on the profile page it comes up with "No plans" to choose from. Good luck building this, I think it could become extremely useful for people who spend too much time on conference calls every day :).
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Jon Goldsmith
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CEO @ Tetra
@nneuman thanks for the feedback! We definitely have a lot of improvements coming to our speech recognition models, and training data is a big piece of the puzzle -- our daily active users are helping us get there quickly. A few other tips we've found for better accuracy: 1. Avoid speakerphone, or better use a headset (we love AirPods!) 2. Take calls indoors without background noise 3. Tetra works better for 1:1 calls than dialing into conferences right now Apologies for the plans bug, we're on it :)
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Alan HouserFounder - Designer at Squareflair
Great idea! Love to see where this goes.
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