Google's Live Caption Will Now Work With Voice and Video Calls Made On Pixel Phones

Some times the voice in video and audio calls become so distorted that captions remain to be the only hope to understand what the other person is saying. Well, Google is about to make that wish come to life with its Android’s real-time captions feature, Live Caption, that will now work with voice and video calls as well.

Prior to the announcement this Monday, Live Caption was introduced as a tool that worked well with media platforms like YouTube but as the need to understand the speech of a voice call has increased (especially how COVID-19 made us more dependent on telephonic conversations) you will be able to use Live Caption for your personal calls as well and exactly know what the other person is saying all the time.

Dieter Bohn gave the world a demo of the feature with Google Pixel 4A’s Review video and one glimpse of it is bound to make everyone excited. The good news is that Google has also told that the feature will roll out for Pixel 2, 3, 3A, and 4 as well soon.

Besides the update in Live Caption, Google has also introduced a new version of the Google Assistant. There is a design overhaul of the app, it is more fast, efficient and of course with more capabilities than ever. The new Assistant app will now support German, French, Italian, and Spanish, with more languages coming soon.

The Pixel 4A which comes power-packed with all the features above starts at $349 and Google is also promising for a version of the Pixel 4A with 5G, and Pixel 5, the company’s next flagship option.

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