The Google recorder is an application that Pixels in Europe have natively, in addition, it is possible to download it on other Android phones. Over the past few months, the app has gotten a slew of new features, like its spectacular audio editor. Google continues to launch improvements to the application, as is currently the case in its new version.
The version 2.1 of the Google recorder is official and we find there a significant improvement of the application. the Support for Bluetooth headsets and external microphones in, to record without using the phone’s microphone.
Install Google Pixel Recorder on Almost Any Android
If you want the awesome Google Pixel voice recorder, there is already a modified version that is compatible with any mobile with Android 9 and 10.
Google Recorder keeps getting better
So far the Google recorder could only record audio using phone microphone. For those users who use a Bluetooth headset or a headset with a microphone and don’t always have the phone handy, they might not be able to get the most out of the app. The new version of it, with number 2.1, already has the ability to detect external microphones, including headsets with Bluetooth.
In the application settings, in the microphone section, we now have two options: Auto-detect, which automatically switches to connected microphones (wired or Bluetooth), and Always use phone microphone which forces the app to only capture audio from the device’s microphone. Thus, users will be able to select the preferred option to capture this audio.
When recording any audio, Google recorder will show at the bottom of the screen where does this audio come fromEither the phone or an external microphone. This new feature can be particularly useful in combination with Google Assistant, being able to give the assistant commands to start a recording, all without having to hold the phone, making it comfortable for many users.
This new version of Google Recorder starts rolling out in the Play Store now. You can also download it as APK directly from APK Mirror. If the app is installed on your mobile, you shouldn’t have to wait long to get this new version.
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