Desi microblogging platform Koo has announced the launch of the Talk to Type feature for the convenience of its users. With the help of the talk to type feature, users will be able to speak and type in their language. Koo's Talk to Type feature is very similar to voice typing but its specialty is that it has been supported in most of the Indian languages.
With the help of Ku Talk to Type, users will be able to speak and type their regional language and can share it on Ku. This is no less than a boon for those who face difficulty in writing in their local language, however, let us know that Koo's Talk to Type feature is currently available only on the mobile app version.
Mayank Bidawatka, co-founder of Pooku, launching the Talk to Type feature, said, 'Through Koo, we connect India on a much larger scale and enable one billion Indian voices to express themselves independently in their mother tongue. Want to. We will continue to simplify the expression for all those who want to connect with their audiences and fans. We are very excited to launch the "Talk to Type" feature enabling people to create without typing. All you have to do is click a button and speak on your phone and the words will magically appear on the screen. '
Let us know that Koo has been launched as a native microblogging site in March 2020 in the face of Twitter. The Government of India is also using Ku as the primary social media platform. The accounts of all the ministers and ministries of the Government of India are on the Ku app.