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Google Recorder translates user voice into three different languages

گوگل Recorder صدای کاربر را به سه زبان مختلف ترجمه می‌کند

Users of the Pixel 6 series phones in the new version of Google Recorder can translate audio content into French, German and Japanese, and there is no need for an Internet connection.

The Google Recorder app was introduced in 2019 with the Pixel 4 series and has been constantly updated with new features ever since. Released exclusively for the Pixel series, the program converts audio into text based on machine learning capabilities. Using Google Algorithms This feature is much more powerful than other competitors.

Now, by adding more languages ​​to this app, Google, in addition to improving this program, has provided support for more languages ​​for it. This feature has been added to the new handsets of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro families. With the help of these phones and in the Google Recorder application, you can translate audio into French, German and Japanese. This can be done without the need for the Internet. In addition to audio, recorded files can be used to translate them into new languages. Older Pixel phones still support English and no new languages.

Last month in Material You design language, the first signs of adding new languages ​​to the application Google Recorder was observed. Thanks to Google’s tensor chip and advanced speech recognition, it is possible to support other languages ​​as well. For this reason, the speed of speech-to-text conversion is very high in the new Pixel phones and there is almost no delay.

After the release of the Pixel 6 series, Google faced a lot of problems, such as screen flicker, accidental contact with contacts, and charging at less than 30 watts. The Pixel 6 features a 6.4-inch FHD + display with an 83.4% screen-to-body ratio of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels with a 90Hz refresh rate. This smartphone uses 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB and 256 GB of memory.

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