New functionality that silences background noise in voice notes recording is under trials by Google Messenges, reports suggest. According to a post on TheSpAndroid site by code tipster AssembleDebug, Google appears to be introducing a new feature that will let users turn on noise suppression when recording audio.
Over the years, Google has been on a relentless quest to enhance its messaging app; recently, it added features like profile discovery and chat backgrounds to Google Messages. Now, the spotlight is on a new feature that has the potential to improve the quality of voice notes significantly.
This feature’s main objective is to give users the ability to block distracting background noise while recording voice messages. The noise cancellation tool serves as a useful remedy in busy settings when sounds like traffic, sirens, or street vendors might obstruct communication. Google wants to make sure that voice messages stay understandable and clear by reducing audio distractions.
Integrated inside the voice recording dialogue, the noise cancellation button offers customers a straightforward way to improve their recording experience. This function is intended to improve the overall user experience by improving the comprehension of voice communications, regardless of the context, whether users are walking through busy city streets or other noisy environments.
To access the noise cancellation feature, users will need to be on the latest beta version of Google Messages, specifically, the 20231113_01_RC00 beta. This version can be verified by navigating to Settings > Apps, selecting Messages, and checking the app version number.
As reported by AssembleDebug, early testing indicates that the noise cancellation feature significantly reduces background noise, offering users a glimpse into the potential benefits of this addition. Hence, Google’s commitment to refining the Messages app demonstrates a dedication to providing users with tools that adapt to their real-world communication needs.