Google has presented some new features that will help users with a reduced speech in their day-by-day life conversations through a few improvements in voice recognition with the help of AI (Artificial Intelligence). In addition, Google has showcased some new Apps, including Live Transcribe, Live Caption, Live Relay, and many others, to help the app understand different speech/conversation behavior and patterns.
This project is called “Project Euphonia,” and Google Says that this “will help people make phone calls without having to speak or listen.”
Google has recently launched the test version for one of the apps known as “Live Transcribe.” Live Transcribe app is available on Google Play Store. However, the app is mentioned as “Unreleased” and “This app is in development. Be one of the first to try it and provide feedback”.
The app is designed for deaf people, and it will work as a “Live Transcription” tool. The app is available in roundabout 70 languages, uses the Smartphone’s microphones, and contains a two-way communication feature for those who can not speak via a type-back keyboard.
Another app in this contrast, called “Sound Amplifier,” will improve voice clearness and boost sound volume for enhanced speech recognition.
Let’s talk about how to download and use Transcribe Feature.
Follow the step-by-step guide.
- Open the Google Play Store on your Smartphone, type the App name in the search bar, and hit the search option.
- After Searched, hit on download.
- Once you have the app on your Smartphone, go to the Settings > Apps and navigate the “Accessibility Settings.”
- Find the installed services and turn-on on both apps.
- start the app
- In the permission section “Grand,” all the necessary permissions.
- In the “More Settings,” look for the Audio and language section and choose the required primary and secondary languages.
- Go back and start the transcribing.
For Sound Amplifier App
- Go to the accessibility settings section for the app.
- Modify the required parameters as per your needs.