Google is working on three new features for Messages, including an option that will automatically convert the voice notes in text. Let's find out all the details together in this article!
All the news coming to Google Messages
One of the new things coming up Google Messages will simplify life for those who really can't stand vocal notes: the Mountain View giant has, in fact, decided to equip its messaging service with a practical transcriber and automatically converts voice notes to text written. By doing so, you will have no more excuses for not replying to that friend of yours who is obsessed with audio messages!
The transcripts also appear to be quite accurate, complete with punctuation generated based on the pauses and tone of voice that is picked up in the voice message.
Another novelty concerns the RCS messages. Apparently, Google is working on a feature that allows you to reply to a message with any emoji – which can often help us in awkward situations where we don't know what to say. With an upcoming update, a new button "add emojis” will replace the thumbs down emoji. By clicking on it, the menu will open containing all the smileys to choose from to reply to a message.
Finally, a third novelty concerns the gallery di Google Messages. This functionality would have undergone small changes that simplify navigation, so as to also make the most of the mode full screen view. There is also a new section Folders, which allows you to select an image directly from a specific folder, in fact.
It's not yet clear when Google will make these features official, but we shouldn't have to wait long before we get them on our Android smartphones.⭐️ Discover the new Weekly Flyer of GizChina with always different exclusive offers and coupons.