Twitter may add voice effects to its proprietary audio chat platform Spaces. This was reported by social networking researcher Jane Manchun Wong. She wrote on her Twitter account that the company is working on a product called Voice Transformer, which will allow users to change the timbre of their voices and add an echo effect.
Twitter began rolling out Spaces on its iOS app to a limited audience in June 2020. This function appeared in the Android application and the browser version of the social network in March and April of this year, respectively. Sound effects may seem like a mediocre innovation, but they can attract new users. The innovation can be useful for people who are shy about how their voice sounds on a recording, or those who want to remain anonymous on Twitter.
Twitter has not yet confirmed the preparation of the innovation, but Wong’s predictions are almost always confirmed. For example, she predicted the Tip Jar feature to financially reward content creators and Twitter Blue subscriptions. Unfortunately, she did not say when the new feature will appear in Spaces.
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