As you may, or may not have known, I have wanted an online DTMF decoder for a while. What is a DTMF decoder? It’s a tool that lets you take the audio of the beeps of a phone number being dialed, and turns it into an actual phone number. Awesome. Anyway, my dream has become a semi-reality with this website. It’s not perfect, and it’s not exactly what I wanted, or as simple as it should be, but there it is. And if you think you can make something better, make it and let us know!
DTMF Decoder [Ideas Come True]
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