Google Chrome now can instantly caption audio and video on the web.
The real-time popular browser Chrome now comes with a caption feature, Live Captions from Pixel phone to any kind of phone using Chrome browser.
The Live Captions uses machine learning to extempore create captions for the videos or audio where none existed before, so, now making the web more accessible for deaf or hard of hearing person.
The Live Captions feature automatically appears in a small tone, moveable box in the bottom of your browser when you’re watching or listening to a piece of content.
The word of voice appears a slight delay and for fast or stuttering speech, you might identify the mistakes. But in general, the feature is just as impressive as it was when it appeared first time on Pixel phones in 2019.
You can adjust the captions feature with muted audio or your volume turned down to making it away to read videos or podcasts with wiretap others around you.
Chrome’s Live Captions worked on YouTube videos and other streaming platforms and even music streaming platforms like SoundCloud and more.
Moreover, the Live Captions in Chrome work in English, which is also the case on mobile.
The Live Captions features easily accessible in the latest version of Chrome version by going to Settings, and then the “Advanced” section, and then “Accessibility”.