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    Google will launch a Dictaphone application that transcribes your records into text

    Google will launch a Dictaphone application that transcribes your records into text

    Probably presented with the Pixel 4, Google's new Dictaphone application looks very smart. It should be possible to find the exact moment of an audio recording in seconds.


    Will Android smartphones finally have their Dictaphone app? Today, only the mobiles of some brands (like Samsung and OnePlus) include one natively. It is when you need to record something urgently that you realize the weakness of the Android ecosystem, with a Play Store filled with sometimes execrable applications. Advertisements, in-app purchases or lack of ergonomics... the choice is ultimately very limited.

    A few days before the next Google conference (scheduled for October 15), the 9to5google site was able to download the company's new Dictaphone application in preview. The latter looks very promising.

    Finally a smart dictaphone

    The new Google Recorder differs from other voice memo applications with its built-in artificial intelligence. Google automatically transcribes each record into text, which allows the user to find a specific phrase in a quarter of a second. Alternatively, you can search for "applause," "music," or "laughs" to easily find the audio clips for those situations. Each record can be exported as an audio file or a text document.

    If it is already possible to install Dictaphone thanks to an APK file on any Android smartphone, the text transcript works for the moment only in English language. The interface of the application being translated into French and Google already offering services like Assistant and Translate in France, we imagine that the company can easily activate the support of French when launching the application. Logically, it could be officially presented with Pixel 4 in mid-October.

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