The world’s second biggest and largest social networking website, Facebook will soon let you read the voice messages your companions send you through Facebook Messenger.

The organization has begun revealing a voice interpretation feature to choose Facebook Messenger accounts. The chosen limited clients will be able to read the content of voice messages they send and receive.

David Marcus, VP, message service at Facebook posted a screenshot of the new item and declared that they are revealing a little test that will help Facebook users to read the voice messages they get as opposed to play them so everyone can hear.

Facebook Messenger Voice-to-text Service

“So, for example, if you’re at a concert or in a meeting, and would prefer to read a voice clip from a friend, you now can if you’re part of the small test we’re rolling out. Our plan is to test this feature at a tiny scale for now and we’re looking forward to seeing what you think of it before making the experience more widely available,” David Marcus quoted.

Further, David Marcus explained that Facebook is currently experimenting with the feature on a very constrained scale, so it must need to be be furnished, after that it will be available for wider audience on Facebook.

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