Returning to Google I / O, the search engine claimed a feature called Live Legend that transfers sound to subtitles and placed it on the screen. So, thanks to XDA-Producers, we can do how it works – decomposing audio tapes and subtitle spaces on the screen. Google announced in May that the Live Title will come with 10 select Android phones, and that the Pixel 4 will be launched in two weeks, it is safe to say that the new handsets are one of the first tool with this feature.
The unreleased APK screenshots, downloaded from Pixel 4 XL, show that they are easy to install – you can also add a push in the Notification tab. Currently he only works with English, but many other languages are “close”. The feature can be found in the Accessibility list, although it can be accessed via the Audio button.
You can also wrap up Living Evil from The Legend of – marked with asterisks, though it’s nice to say “fork” or “bullshirt” like the series “The Good Place” with Kirsten Bell.
The XDA author shared a number of Screenshots from YouTube, Google Photos, Amazon Prime Video, and Netflix, all of which worked on these features. Google claims to be offline and no audio is stored. It will be interesting to see if it works on Spotify if it manages the new lyrics of the cheaters.
With memory and space options, the Live Title is free to “choose the highest quality equipment.” Right now, the OnePlus 7T is the first phone to launch Android 10 without any features, so it will have less bandwidth.