As part of the package of news released yesterday for the Pixel line, Google has released an update for its Recorder application with several news related to sharing transcriptions of recordings, as well as integrations to control the app’s features through Google Assistant.
Version 1.2 of Google Recorder now allows users to save text generated from audios directly to Google Docs. Before it was only possible to send content in .m4a and .txt formats to Google Drive, which was not necessarily a bad thing, but the possibility of creating a new document without having to copy the text from another file makes the experience even better.
In addition, the Recorder can be controlled directly by the Google Assistant, using the commands “start voice recording”, “stop voice recording”, “save recording with the title” and then say the title in question, and “search for recordings from” voice by “with a keyword, will perform an advanced search for content.
The update to Google Recorder is available for Pixel 2, 2 XL, 3, 3 XL, 3a, 3a XL, 4, and 4 XL through the Play Store, but integration with Google Assistant only works on the latest company models. The recorder can also be installed via APK, found on this link on the APK Mirror website. However, this version adopts the .apkm format, a different package from the ordinary one.
To install it on your smartphone, it is necessary to make use of the APKMirror Installer, found on this link, an application on the website that performs the reading and installation of such packages. It is worth remembering, however, that this is a risky process, with the risk of eventual security flaws and critical errors. Therefore, TudoCelular is not responsible for any problems caused by the installation.
In addition to the new features, Google also released the June security package yesterday, detailing all errors and bugs fixed in its monthly security bulletin. Interestingly, the Galaxy S20 line has already received the new patch, showing the commitment of the manufacturer with its new flagships.