Facebook Testing Voice To Text Feature On Messenger


Social networking giant Facebook will soon let you read the voice messages your friends send you through Facebook Messenger.

The company has started rolling out a voice transcription feature to select Facebook Messenger accounts. The selected users will be able to read the text of voice messages they send and receive.

David Marcus, VP, messaging products at Facebook posted a screenshot of the feature and announced that the social networking service is rolling out a small test that helps people read the voice clips they receive instead of having to play them out loud.


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Posted on January 20, 2015, in Sri Lanka. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Facebook Testing Voice To Text Feature On Messenger.

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