Published: Sat, December 07, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google Recorder officially arrives at Pixel 2, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a

Google Recorder officially arrives at Pixel 2, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a

Google released an update for the Recorder app earlier today. But a later update finally allows Pixel 2, Pixel 3, and Pixel 3a users to install it from the Google Play Store directly. The app is now being opened up to a wider range of users, giving many more people the chance to avoid the laborious task of transcribing recordings by hand. Instead of just taking simple audio clips, the app is able to actually automatically transcribe speech, making it easy to copy the text for use elsewhere or to skip ahead to a specific moment.

The brand new replace additionally added gesture navigation help on third-party launchers. While the Mountain View company certainly deserves props for issuing new features to its older comes at the cost of differentiating the Pixel 4 from its predecessors. Nevertheless, Devices 360 can verify that Recorder may be downloaded in India for Pixel smartphones. Even better, the transcription is done locally meaning it's not being sent to the cloud so any privacy and security concerns should be laid to rest.

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While there are third-party apps that can do this, a lot of them are not always free and the aforementioned concerns about privacy are there. The app may be downloaded from the Google Play Retailer. Posting on Reddit, a Pixel 2 XL user shared screenshots of an "a" - in some cases other letters as well - popping up randomly in the middle of the display. So even if you've replaced YouTube with the subscriptions shortcut, or the Play Store with the shortcuts to your apps, you still get to perform a few actions right from the icon on your homescreen. Of course, it's also possible Google may extend Google Recorder support to other Android devices in the future, but that's just speculation.

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