Google’s Passport program, which can automatically transcribe music listed on the Pixel 4, is coming to elderly Pixel devices. The news was quietly announced in a remark by Google’s Pixel Community account that was first spotted by The Tech Education. A Google spokesperson later confirmed the news but failed to discuss any additional information about release dates or that particular Pixel devices are compatible.
Automated transcription services are getting to be increasingly common, but the advantage the Reminders program has is that it does everything on apparatus and operates even when your phone is without an online connection. It’s not ideal, and it may struggle with some more powerful accents and especially quickly talkers. But for the most part, it is fast, fairly true, and, most importantly free.
Therefore, in the event that you own an older Pixel device, the good news is that you may not have to purchase this year’s phone to get access to this new app. There are a number of Recorder app APKs around that you can try out sideloading on your device if you are eager to get your hands on the app before it’s officially released. It is not something we would recommend, though, so proceed at your own risk.