If you’re interested in an app capable of audio editing, recording, and sharing files, you should know that the good old Google Recorder gets a major set of improvements. The Pixel 5 phone is the lucky one to get it, and there’s no wonder why since we’re talking about Google’s flagship for 2020.
Google even made a presentation video for its app, and you’re free to see it below:
Recorder for Google Pixel (https://g.co/recorder) is an audio recording app that people have called “game-changing,” “in a different league” and “the best app of the year.” Why? Because it can transcribe in real time, search recordings instantly, recognize sounds — and now it’s easy to share your favorite audio moments, too. Edit audio the same way you edit text in a doc. Share video clips of your recordings with the waveform and transcript baked in. And it still does all of this (except share) without an internet connection.
Therefore, successfully handling recordings and making new ones won’t be a problem anymore while using Google Recorder 2.0.
Pixel 5 beats Pixel 4
The new Pixel 5 phone is significantly better than its predecessor, Pixel 4. Google’s new flagship smartphone is packed with a dual-camera on the rear: a 12.2MP wide sensor paired by a 16MP ultrawide lens. The 4K video recording is obviously there, and we must not also forget about the single selfie camera of 8MP. Pixel 5 also comes equipped with 8GB of RAM, a 6-inch OLED display, a 4080 mAh battery, and last but not least: the Snapdragon 765G processor, meaning one of Qualcomm’s best chipsets.
Many users had been complaining about the Pixel 4 phone created by Google, saying that it’s too small, the battery life and the RAM memory are too low, the update system needs serious improvements, and so on. With the release of Pixel 5, we’re expecting to see fewer complaints.