By Gabriela Baron
Google’s Pixel 4 will record and transcribe voice memos using its built-in Recorder app sans internet connection.
The search operator unveiled its newest phone on Tuesday, which will cost $799, or around P41,000. It has a new version of Google’s voice recognition software that is designed to work even without Internet connection.
The Recorder uses speech recognition and AI to transcribe lectures, meetings, and interviews.
The new Recorder app uses speech recognition and AI to transcribe lectures, meetings, interviews and more—and makes them easy for you to find later. (English only right now, with more languages to come.) #madebygoogle pic.twitter.com/fdKRItuS4b
— Google (@Google) October 15, 2019
“This means you can transcribe meetings, lectures, interviews, or anything you want to save. It’s pretty accurate,” said Sabrina Ellis, Vice President of Google’s Product Management.
Currently, the app only works in English but Google says services for more languages will be coming in the future.