Android users with older Pixel devices can now check out Google’s AI-powered voice recorder app. First introduced at the company’s hardware event in New York City in October, the new app taps into advances in AI, speech processing and speech recognition to transcribe lectures, meetings, interviews and more in real time.
With the Recorder app, users can both record and transcribe audio at the same time. Moreover, it makes use of machine learning to identify specific words and sounds so you can use the app’s built-in search function to find any particular part of a transcript.
However, the Recorder app was locked to Pixel 4 devices at the time of its launch. Well, that is not longer the case now.
As reported by Android Police, the app now supports older Pixel devices, including Pixel 2, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a.
The Recorder app is available as a free download on Google Play.