Live Caption is one of the extremely attractive features, but missed an appointment when Android 10 was released.
Live Caption was introduced at this year’s Google I / O developer conference, but despite Android 10’s launch, this feature has not yet been released for Pixel devices.However, it seems that this feature will be available exclusively for Pixel 4 for a while and will be available for older Pixel devices later.
The first practical video of the live Caption feature has just been posted on XDA Developer, which is able to instantly convert spoken audio on the device from any application, into subtitles. Readable on the phone screen.This is useful if you want to watch a video and get information from it, but there is no headset and not in a suitable place to listen with external speakers.It will also be helpful for people with hearing problems.
Android 10 Live Captions Demo
In the settings, users can choose the language (at this time only English), hide the vulgar languages and also put Live Caption into the volume control interface for quick access.