Twitter Launched 140-second Audio Tweet for Limited iOS Users


Today, another feature has been added to the list of new features of Twitter. With the help of the Audio Tweet feature, users can record their voice and tweet.

Micro-blogging site Twitter has introduced several new features to curb fake news to prevent people from accessing the wrong and misleading news. Not only this, but the company is also working on many new features to provide better facilities to its users and to make the post more effective. In a report that was revealed recently, it was informed that Twitter is going to bring emoji features like social media platform Facebook and its testing has been started. At the same time, amidst this news, the company has rolled out a very interesting and special Audio Tweet feature that will make your experience special during tweeting.

Audio Tweet

Twitter has rolled out the voice feature, meaning that now users can record their voice and tweet it. This means that you no longer need to type messages, but you can record and share your thoughts or feelings through audio. Really, this will be a very special feature for the users and after that, there is no need to waste time typing.

Having said this, the company has shared this information through its Twitter post and it has also clarified that this Audio Tweet feature is currently rolled out only for the iOS platform. However, no information has been provided about how long it will be available for Android users.

The company has also shared a GIF video in the post, which explains how this feature works? According to the video surfaced, if you want to post something on Twitter, then click on the option of New Post. Where you will get the option to record audio. Click on it and record the message through your voice. After this, just after clicking the Done button, your message will be recorded and shared by voice.

Lingraj Sahu
Lingraj is one of the youngest members of PhoneTalk, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports, exploring new places, and listening to music.