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WhatsApp hands free typing: How to send WhatsApp messages WITHOUT using hands

WHATSAPP is the perfect platform for tap-happy chat fans. And WhatsApp has now rolled-out a great new dictation update – transforming speech into text.
WhatsApp is an increasingly popular method of messaging friends and family around the world. The third-party chat app is now regularly used by 1.5 billion people, due to the convenience that its regular updates offer. And WhatsApp’s latest cutting-edge upgrade is ideal for those too lazy to type lengthy messages.

The latest WhatsApp feature is called Dictation, and can compose text messages without having to physically type them.
WhatsApp Dictation lets you speak messages into your smartphone’s microphone and then translates it into text.
While this feature already existed on virtual assistants like Apple's Siri or Google Assistant, what's new is that WhatsApp will introduce a new mic icon on the keyboard for easy accessibility.
The upgrade will be a godsend to those on the move, when it can be tricky to physically tap out conversations.

Typing is usually slower when there is a lot of information to convey.
And this explains which why the WhatsApp voice message option is so popular.
However, many dislike receiving voice messages, as they can be inconvenient to listen to.
So WhatsApp has now helpfully provided a speech-to-text feature to transform speech into a text.
WhatsApp Dictation is available on both iPhone and Android.
How to use WhatsApp Dictation:

Begin by visiting the Google Play or Apple App Store.
And ensure the latest version of WhatsApp is installed on your phone.
Once WhatsApp is open, click on a contact you wish to chat with.
The open up the chat keyboard, normally used to tap out messages.
A microphone icon in the top right corner of Android phones.
While the microphone is found in the bottom right of the screen on iPhones.
Commas and question marks can be summoned by simply saying “comma” or “question mark”.
Then once the message s complete simply tap Send as normal.
It will help WhatsApp to speak clearly and enunciate words.
And it is also recommended to dictate messages in a quiet place, to give your microphone the optimal opportunity to pick up your words.
But it is easy to edit dictated message before they are sent.

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