The Google Messages app is testing a new feature that will make it easier to record a voice memo on the go.
A dynamic that will save you from having to cancel the voice message when there is background noise or trying to find a quiet place to record it. We tell you the details.
Google Messages will have noise cancellation for voice notes
The Google team is testing a new feature in the Messages app that will save you from having to find a quiet place to record a voice memo when you’re in a public place.
Google Messages has a new function in testing that will enhance the dynamics of the app. This is a feature that will make it easier for you to record a message or voice note regardless of the environment, whether you are in a coffee shop or have your neighbor’s dog barking all day.
Yes, Messages will have a feature with the ability to remove background noise from your voice messages. It will only be necessary to click on the “Noise Cancellation” option for this function to do its job while recording the audio.
How to remove background noise from your voice messages
You can activate this option before you start recording the voice message, or during recording if an unexpected situation arises. This will prevent you from having to cancel the voice message to record it again, or change location to record the voice memo without noise.
It may not reduce background noise 100%, as this will depend on a number of factors, but it will make the audio as clear as possible. This new feature is not yet available in the Google Messages app, as it is in testing.
We have already seen how messaging apps are launching increasingly powerful updates to differentiate themselves from the competition, Google does not want to be the exception with its Messages app. So we will have to wait to see when this feature will be available in the stable version of the app.
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