Google Messages app

Google Messages readying noise cancellation feature for voice notes  

Google Messages, the popular messaging app, will soon offer users a new feature called noise cancellation for voice notes. This upcoming feature aims to improve the quality of audio recorded in voice notes, making it easier for users to record clear and crisp audio.

According to the details, the beta version of Google Messages shows that the firm is readying a new noise-cancellation feature, for voice notes. When you tap on it, you can reduce background noise in your surroundings that may interfere with the recording of a voice note.

You know, what’s the best part? This option can be toggled on at any time, including while you’re in the middle of a recording. Accordingly, this feature will help users create voice notes even in areas with high levels of noise, without worrying about poor audio quality.

However, the feature is currently available in the beta version of Messages and requires activating flags, but we can expect its wider rollout soon.


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