Google’s Recorder App Will Let Pixel Users Edit and Share Audio Clips


INTRO: Google debuted a replacement recorder app with the Pixel 4 series earlier last year. It was not your ordinary voice recorder app but instead, it supported real-time transcription – a boon for journalists and musicians alike. The recorder app is now getting a few of latest features with the launch of the new 5G-enabled Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5.

First up, the recorder app brings along a replacement audio editing feature. You can select an audio clip (or a neighborhood of transcribed text) from a saved recording then prefer to remove or share the snippet with others. You only got to highlight the specified text and hit the ‘Crop’ or ‘Remove’ buttons that are displayed below the text.

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The App now also allows you to look for specific words and take away them from the transcribed text. This feature will are available super handy for removing words, like ‘uhh’, ‘umm’, and other such crutch words that we tend to use while conversing with others. This is amid a smooth scrolling feature, where the app will mark important words in long transcripts to form it easier for you to ascertain key points while looking back at it in the future.

Google further reveals that you simply can now share a quote from a recorded interview or a song idea by generating a video clip from the saved sound recording . It are often a boon for somebody like me, who can share exact quotes from tech CEOs and innovators on social media during a jiffy. So yeah, the Google recorder app is merely becoming better and more useful over time.

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