Google’s New Audio Recorder Is A Game-Changer


Google has recently launched a new app – audio recorder – that can allow you to record anything anywhere that you want and will allow you to find the important parts that matter quite easily afterward.

Life is already a messy process, isn’t it? You have to take care of tons of work, and an appreciable amount of stress is guaranteed with it. You have to attend meetings, lectures, concerts, preaches, parents’ meetings, and whatnot. Most of the time, when you are attending such events, you are required to memorize the important things that are being said at these times. But how do you do that?

Conventionally speaking, you would take notes, trust your mind, or record everything. Taking notes is generally preferred; however, it can become very complicated. You will get lost between your futile attempts to write everything down and making sure that you are listening to the actual conversation that is going on at the event. Trusting your mind in such scenarios is not an ideal choice because let’s face it; we all have made this mistake only to regret it later. So, how about recording everything?

This option, by far, is the one that makes the most sense and is actually doable now because of the amazing gadgets that are at our disposal, including our smartphones. However, what if you are in a 6-hour meeting or the lecture runs straight for about three hours or so, and you want to listen to a very specific part from it later on? What will you do?

Google has solved this problem by creating an audio-recording app on Pixel 4 that comes with the strength of search coupled with AI. Using this audio recorder app, you will be able to not only save everything but also to listen to it later. However, this audio recorder app comes with a powerful feature; it automatically transcribes every sound and speech, including music, applause, and more. This means that you can easily find whatever it is that you want to listen to.

The app started out with only the English language but will soon enough have other languages as well. What do you think about this? Do let us know!