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The lack of a native audio recording app built into Google’s lean Android software has always brought a chuckle from people who use iOS. Google finally introduced the Google Recorder app with the Pixel 4, and it has now brought that app to a few older Pixel phones (via Android Police). If you own a Pixel 2, Pixel 3, or Pixel 3A, you can navigate to the Google Play Store and download the official Recorder app right now.

Frankly, there are a lot of recording apps to choose from in the Google Play Store, and if you’re just looking to record audio, many of them will suit. What sets Google’s Recorder app apart is its ability to automatically transcribe voices (English only, for now), even without an internet connection. Google also claims that the app is able to label your recording based on what it hears. In other words, it can tell the difference between the spoken word and, say, a recorded jam session in the studio.

While several major manufacturers of Android phones, such as Samsung and LG, have long had built-in recorders, owners of Pixel and some other Android phones have had to rely on one of the countless options in the Google Play Store. As you can see in the above photo, Google’s app blends into the crowd, but if you have a compatible device, it’s currently the clear winner.

Sours: https://www.theverge.com/2019/12/5/20996972/google-recorder-app-transcription-audio-available-pixel-2-3-3a-4

Google’s AI-powered voice recorder and transcription app comes to older Pixel phones

Google’s AI-powered voice recorder app introduced at Google’s October hardware event was one of the company’s more impressive demos. The new app taps into advances in AI, speech processing and speech recognition in order to automatically transcribe a voice recording with few mistakes, in real time as the person is speaking. Unfortunately, Google’s Recorder app was locked to Pixel 4 devices at launch. That has now changed.

As first spotted by Android Police, the Recorder app is available to Android users with older Pixel devices, including Pixel 2, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a. The updated support was added to the app today, Sensor Tower also confirmed. But the lack of publicity around the launch has led it to see fewer than 1,000 downloads so far.

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Google had previously announced its intention to make the app more widely available. In a recent Reddit thread, a company representative said the app would become available to more Pixel users in the future via a software update. They didn’t say when that update would arrive, though.

While there are many voice recorder apps on today’s market, there are few that offer real-time transcriptions. And of those that do — like Otter.ai, for example — the resulting text is often half-garbled. While these services can still be useful as a way to quickly find a section of a recording to then play back and manually transcribe, the lack of accuracy can limit adoption.

Google’s Recorder app was demonstrated at Google’s fall event as capable of taking a far more accurate transcription. Of course, the app was being not put to real-world use at the time — with different types of voices, accents  and background noise, it may not be as accurate. In addition, the app lacks the ability to identify and label different speakers, which could make it more difficult to use in situations like meetings or interviews.

That being said, the app held up well in initial tests in a review by The Wall St. Journal’s Joanna Stern, though it stumbled with accents. Other reviewers found the app to be fairly powerful, too, if a little basic in its overall design. TechCrunch’s review said the transcription was pretty good, but noted also it lacked some features other apps have.

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However, Recorder does have an advantage over some of its rivals: it doesn’t require an internet connection to work. Instead, all the recording and transcription capabilities take place directly on the device. That means you could even use the app while in airplane mode.

In addition, a built-in advanced search feature lets you search for sounds, words and phrases and then see a visual depiction of where the search term was spoken in the playback bar so you can go to the recording you need.

Google has put its real-time speech transcription technology to work in a number of ways, besides Recorder. It also introduced live caption technology for Android devices, for example, which brings transcriptions to things like video or audio saved on your device, or video playback outside of YouTube.

The Recorder app is a free download on Google Play.

We’ve reached out to Google for any update on its plans to make Recorder more broadly available across Android. The company hasn’t responded to our questions at this time.

Sours: https://techcrunch.com/2019/12/05/googles-a-i-powered-voice-recorder-and-transcription-app-comes-to-older-pixel-phones/
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After using Google's new Recorder app, you'll never want to use another voice memo app again. It's true. Instead of simply recording the audio of a lecture or interview like all the other apps do, Recorder transcribes whatever it hears in real-time -- on the device -- without sending any information to Google. In fact, it doesn't require a data connection at all.

You can view your transcription as it's being created, or go back and search or share the file with a classmate or colleague. Or if you don't have a Pixel phone, but know someone who does, let them know about the app. Not only will it help them, but it could help you as well if they share the transcription with you to collaborate on work. 

It's a shame that Google is limiting the Recorder app to its Pixel phones for now, but hopefully, that changes in the near future. But the good news is that Google has made Recorder available to other Pixel phones beyond the Pixel 4 ($385 at Amazon). That gives me hope that the Recorder app could come to other phones in the future.

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You'll need a Pixel phone -- for now

Right now, the Recorder app is available for the Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL , Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3A, Pixel 3A XL, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. In the past, Google has used its Pixel line to test features before a wider release, and we can only hope that means Recorder will eventually come to all Android devices. 

Have one of those Pixel phones? Download and install the Recorder app from the Play Store. 

A recording and a transcript


After Recorder is installed on your Pixel phone, you use it just like any other voice notes or memo app: Open the app, tap the record button, and let it record. 

As it's recording, you'll see sound waves scroll across the screen. On the bottom you'll see the pause button, along with an Audio option (already selected) and a Transcript option. If you tap Transcript, you can watch the recording populate in real-time, complete with punctuation. 

Watching the app transcribe whatever it's hearing can come in handy if you're listening to someone speak with an accent, or if you just want to check the spelling of a word as you jot down notes. It's mesmerizing to watch.

Once you're done recording, tap on the pause button. You can then give the recording a title and location, and either resume or save it. There's also the option to delete it. 


Reviewing and sharing your recordings

The best tip I can give you for reviewing your recordings is to use the search tool. Located at the top of the main screen is a search box that, when used, will search all of the recordings stored on your device and then highlight each recording and the specific section where that word or phrase is used. 

It's extremely convenient when you're trying to find a specific topic of a lecture or a quote from an interview. It's also helpful if (like me) you don't get into the habit of naming your recordings. Don't be like me, though. Get in the habit of naming your recordings before you save them. It's a simple task that will save you time and headaches down the road. 

When you share a recording, you're given the option to pass along just the audio, just the text file or both. Once you share the recording, the recipient won't be able to use the search features, of course, or access any files on your computer, but it's a handy way to share content. 

Using one of Google's Pixel phones has its own set of benefits, outside of the Recorder app. There's a Live Caption feature that's impressively cool. Google's Call Screen feature will help you manage incoming calls from solicitors or robocalls. If you're new to the Pixel lineup thanks to the Pixel 4, be sure to read through some of the best hidden features we could find.


Originally published earlier today.

Sours: https://www.cnet.com/tech/mobile/why-google-recorder-is-a-best-of-class-app-too-bad-it-only-works-on-pixel-phones/

How to Use the Google Voice Recorder App on Android

Recorder is the name of Google's voice recording app. It features automatic voice transcriptions during recordings so that you can not only read what's being said in real time but also search through all the recordings later.

It differentiates between music and speech, works in the background so that you can multitask, can record and transcribe audio coming from your phone, lets you crop the recording by editing the transcript, auto-suggests titles for quick saves, records where you made the transcription, works entirely offline, can back up to your Google account, and can be shared with anyone.

Only Google Pixel phones (Pixel 2 and newer) can use Recorder, so these steps are relevant only for Android users with a Pixel.

How to Make a New Recording

Download and install Recorder if you don't already have it, and then follow these steps to make a new voice recording:

  1. Tap the record button.

  2. Monitor the recording from the Audio tab or tap Transcript to see the voice transcription in real time.

  3. Select the pause button and then Save to store the recording. This is also how you temporarily pause the recording or quickly delete it.

    This is the time when you can fill out a title so that it's easy to recognize the recording later, but it's also possible to do this post-recording.

How to Search Voice Transcriptions

Transcriptions are the selling point in this app, and searching through them is super easy. You can search the Google voice recorder for any text, be it lyrics from a song, words in a podcast, your own voice, etc.

Since locations are saved along with recordings, you can also search for all transcriptions that were made at a specific location.

There are two ways to do this. You can use the primary search bar at the top of all your recordings to find text in any of them, or you can use the search bar from within a recording to find text within that recording only.

How to Manage Your Voice Recordings

To share or delete more than one recording at once, press and hold on one and then tap the other ones you want to include. Use the trash button to erase them or tap the share button for those options.

There are a few ways to share:

  • Send the audio in the M4A format.
  • Send the transcript as a TXT file or copy it to Google Docs.
  • Make a link to the transcript and audio that anyone can open, or make it private for just you.
  • Create a video clip that displays the transcript with the waveform.

There's an automated backup option in the app's settings that lets you store all your recordings in your Google account, accessible through any web browser at recorder.google.com. To set this up, tap your profile image at the top right of the app and go to Recorder settings > Back up & sync.

Thanks for letting us know!

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