YouTube, a video streaming platform owned by Google, brings video transcription to Android apps. According to Android police, this new feature does not require users to sit in front of a computer to scroll through scripts.
Once live, you can click the Show Transcript button below the detailed description of the video to sandwich it between the chapters provided and other suggested uploads from the channel.
These transcript options are very similar to those that have been available on the desktop for some time, but have been replaced by a mobile-friendly UI.
Users can scroll through the script on their mobile phone to read it with the video or jump directly to the timecode. Unfortunately, it may be a bit less useful than the desktop version because it doesn’t have the ability to search rows directly. According to the report. Transcriptions make it easy to find specific parts of your video.