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Twitter to support voice messages for DMs in India
It comes with support for both iOS and Android.
Twitter has started testing a new feature in India that will let users record and send voice messages in DMs.
Twitter users in India can now send voice messages in their Twitter DMs that can go up to 140 seconds. The feature in testing is being made available for both Android and iOS devices, but users can listen to the messages they receive even on a web browser. The social networking platform also offers the ability to listen to the recording before sending the voice message.
🎤test,🎤test: Starting today, you'll be able to record and send voice messages in DMs 😉 Here’s how👇— Twitter India (@TwitterIndia) February 17, 2021
PS. The experiment will be rolled out in phases. pic.twitter.com/aqQM6h9sof
The feature is now made available in three countries: India, Brazil, and Japan. Back in June, Twitter launched audio tweet support for its microblogging platform which was only available for iOS users.