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Finally, Google has now confirmed that it is soon going to launch its new AI-powered Recorder App for Pixel phones. This feature was launched with the new Google Pixel 4 series phones and this feature is surely one of the company’s remarkable demos.

This new AI-powered feature introduced was introduced at Google’s October hardware event. The company has already announced its intention to make this app more widely available. While there are a number of voice recorder apps in the marketplace but this app introduced by Google taps into advances in AI, speech processing and speech recognition to record a voice recording with no mistake and makes the user feel as the person is speaking.

Google’s Recorder app offers a more accurate transcription process as the app uses artificial intelligence and speech recognition features to automatically generate audio transcripts. This app offers users with real-time audio recordings using the transcript. The updated version of the recorder app introduced by Google is available to Android users even using the older Pixel devices. But still, the app is lacking the publicity around the launch and thus has secured fewer than 1,000 downloads so far.

Google AI Powered Voice Recorder Made Voice To Text

However, the features of the app are not only limited to just taking simple audio clips, but the app can in reality automatically transcribe language, making it trouble-free to copy the text for use in another place or to skip ahead to a specific moment. In addition to transcribing clips, the recorder app is doing a great job of recording high-quality audio and that too in an efficient manner. It can help you look for particular words, but it can also identify other sounds. It could be extremely helpful for those making long recordings for their personal or professional purposes, such as for professors capturing a lecture.

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To download the recorder app, you can simply head on to its Play Store. For now, we don’t have any idea about when this app will be available for non-pixel devices, but if you’re worried, you can always side load the APK and use it as much as you want to, but we cannot assure you on how well it will work on an unofficial device.

A company executive confirmed this news on Reddit while replying to a user.

“Thanks for expressing interest in the Recorder app. “We plan to roll it out to older Pixel devices in a future software update,” the executive wrote.

In terms of specifications of the US-based search engine giant, last month launched the Pixel 4 device. We can say that it is a wonderful device with a starting price tag of $799 and Pixel 4 XL for $899. The Pixel 4 features a 5.7-inch Full HD screen to make your video quality even more enjoyable. The Recorder app offered by Google for its Pixel devices is a free download on Google Play. For now, the company is not making any announcements or plans to make Recorder more broadly available across Android. The company is not responding to questions related to this matter.

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Imran Khan is a writer by the mind and learner by the heart. He is a creative writer and blogger. He generally writes blogs on various mobile technologies, app development, and digital marketing topics. Blog writing is his passion and he shares his knowledge and insights on the latest advancements.

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