Google’s startup incubator, Area 120, has released a new app called Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger. It transcribes anything you say and swap words with emojis where it can.
Chats are all carried out via voice messages, but — here’s the great part — Supersonic will immediately change all of your voice messages into text messages. Supersonic will even identify words which can be switched into emojis, and change them for you.
For example, when I said “Do you like pizza?”, it changes “like” into the thumbs up emoji and “pizza” into the pizza emoji. Another thing is that the Messages will disappear after they’ve been heard.
In addition to that, you can also listen to the original audio message, creating a pleasant combination of texting and calling. Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger app supports one-on-one messaging as well as group chats.
The new app, Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger, is the 2nd app that is introduced by Google’s Area 120 incubator this month. A group video-watching app named Uptime unveiled for iOS last week. In addition, for those still unaware, Google’s in-house startup incubator program ‘Area 120‘ was flagged off by CEO Sundar Pichai last year.
If you want to know more about Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger, you can head on over to the app’s website or download it for free from the Google Play Store. Additionally, the messenger is available on the Apple App Store, making cross-platform communication possible.
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