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Date:17/03/17

Google released messenger without a keyboard, which translates the voice into text and puts Emoji

Startup Area 120, owned by Google, has released a new app for messaging Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger. Novelty is a reinterpreted version of the messenger, a feature of which is that it is impossible to type text to chat is offered through voice recordings.
 
The program has a pretty interesting concept: the user dictates a message, and it will automatically be converted into text, and between sentences there are suitable in the sense of emoticons. Such a function now there are many messengers, but here is the only way.
 
Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger able not just to record voice messages and send them like that, but to convert voice to text. This is done for those cases when you listen to the administration is not possible. The developers emphasize that some of the words the messenger does not convert to text and Emoji.
 
Chats can be private or group. As for voice recordings, they disappear from the chat as soon as the recipient listens to them. It is likely that the ability of Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger will be built into other instant messengers Google, for example, Allo.
 
Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger is available on iOS and Android, but is currently released only in the United States.




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