Google launches smart applications to help the hearing impaired

Launched the company Google , the largest search engine in the world and the system of smart phones Android, two new features for Android aimed at helping persons deaf and hard of hearing, where many of the hearing impaired to exercise their life naturally and the use of smart phones as the others, which guided Google through the launch of two apps help the hearing impaired overcome this obstacle and use the phone normally.

The application of the “Live Transcribe” from Google

“Live Transcribe” is an app which uses the microphone of the smartphone to copy the words in actual time, allowing for people who suffer from hearing impairment to read the version of the text has not been told, where this app works by more than 70 different languages, if you want to try it, you’ll need to subscribe through the store Google Play Your application Android to be notified when it was brought up to the public.

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The application of “The Sound Amplifier” from Google

The application is designed “The Sound Amplifier” to improve the clarity of speech around you by filtering out ambient noise and unwanted in a very clever way, and increases the volume of the sounds that are already high, and it turns your smart phone “headphones” is essential to your reputation, where it was first announced in May last year at the developers conference the annual programme to buy Google but it is available now, it works without an internet connection, unlike the first app “Live Transcribe”.

Google says it doesn’t stimulate the texts of the talks, we do not store any audio data or text on its servers, and that this declaration is another indication of Google’s ambitions in the field of natural language processing and machine learning, has launched the add translation directly to the Assistant Google allows to put the translator last month.

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