Recently, Samsung and Twitter announced that from now on, anyone who owns a Galaxy smartphone with Bixby will be able to use the voice assistant to find Twitter space, allowing this feature to stream live audio and open conversations together. Originality is valid for Brazil.
Bixby’s integration with this feature makes it much easier to find the most diverse disciplines, providing content that will interest you on the platform, as well as giving space hosts more space to engage a participating audience.
For example, say “Search the football space on Twitter” and the voice assistant will search and show the results to that person. You can also search for upcoming places. Similarly, if you say “find a reserved place on Twitter,” you’ll see results based on your voice search. Search works for device names in English, spaces or Portuguese, and spaces.
You do not need to install the Twitter app to access Spaces. This integration is also part of Twitter’s efforts to make the platform more accessible and inclusive to the disabled community. You can enable transliteration directly in Spaces.
By providing more accessible and innovative technology to its customers, Samsung helps bring people together according to their personal interests and tastes, improving the relationships that individuals maintain with each other and with their brands.
Sharing through Spaces application programming interfaces (APIs) allows developers to build tools, applications, and services that help people make the most of their spaces and shape the future of audio communications.