The company revealed that the app uses AI algorithm to perform real-time voice transcription into text.
Google introduced new features with the introduction of Pixel 4 lineup. One of the many features were new AI-powered Recorder application. The company has now confirmed that it will bring this app to older Pixel smartphones as well.
The company has confirmed this news on Reddit while replying to a user. The company executive revealed that the company is planning to bring the Recorder application to older Pixel devices including Pixel 3 and Pixel 2 series with a future software update.
To recall, the recorder application was introduced with the Pixel 4. The company revealed that the app uses AI algorithm to perform real-time voice transcription into text. The application can also locate music and specific words inside the audio file. All of this happens without an active internet connection.
Previously, the company has announced the Live Caption feature will come to Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL in December. The brand has also revealed that it is working with other manufacturers to bring this feature to more Android smartphones in the coming year. For the unintended, the Live Caption feature automatically captions videos.
The feature is exclusively available for Pixel 4 and with a single tap, it captions videos and spoken audio on the device. However, this feature does not work for phone and video calls. The company claims that the real-time caption hasps on-device and it works without any cellular or WiFi data. The captions also stay private and never leave the phone.
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