Google brings backup and search function to Google Recorder app
Google Recorder is a recording software launched by Google. With this software, users can record on Android devices and save them locally for later use.
Recently, Google announced that the software has added cloud functions, and all recordings can be automatically saved to the Google account server bound to the user when the user activates it.
In the cloud recording management interface, users can also directly play all recordings, but more importantly, Google provides keyword search functions for the cloud interface of recording software.
This means that if users need to search for certain recordings, they don’t have to listen to them one by one. They only need to enter specific keywords to search for the corresponding recordings.
The reason for the search is that Google deploys the same voice recognition technology as Google Assistant on the back-end server, that is, recognizes and converts recordings into voice fragments.
With these metadata, Google can quickly find the corresponding segment when the user searches, and then find the corresponding recording and minute location through the voice segment.
Of course, if you want to enable this feature, the user must agree to the Google privacy agreement. After all, this feature involves privacy issues in the transcription of user recordings.
It should be emphasized that if users enable this function, they will also occupy the free quota of Google account. If the free space quota of the account is exceeded, the user will need to pay for the upgrade.