Hate typing? Ever wish you could just record your voice and share that audio as
a tweet?

Good news! If you?re an iPhone or iPad user, that wish just came true. Twitter
announced
[https://blog.twitter.com/en_us/topics/product/2020/your-tweet-your-voice.html] on Wednesday that it?s rolling out a new audio record feature to iOS users.

> You can Tweet a Tweet. But now you can Tweet your voice!

Rolling out today on iOS, you can now record and Tweet with audio.
pic.twitter.com/jezRmh1dkD [https://t.co/jezRmh1dkD]

? Twitter (@Twitter) June 17, 2020
[https://twitter.com/Twitter/status/1273306563994845185?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] Starting today, some iOS users will notice a small soundwave icon when composing
a tweet. A user simply needs to click on that icon and they will be able to
record their voice and post the audio embedded in their tweet.

> ?? Twitter is testing audio tweets!

It shows up as a card featuring your profile picture. Here’s an example in the
wild: https://t.co/soivK5NUrE

? Moshe Isaacian (@MosheIsaacian) June 17, 2020
[https://twitter.com/MosheIsaacian/status/1273300662499991552?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] This new Twitter feature will record up to 140 seconds of audio per tweet. If
you go over that allotted time, the app will keep recording and automatically
break up the segments into threaded tweets.

Your audience will view these audio tweets on their timeline just as if it was
any other tweet. The audio appears like an embedded video with a start and pause
option. Twitter inserts an image with your account avatar as a visual.

According to Twitter, the new audio recording feature is currently available for
only a small group of users. The rollout will continue over the next couple of
weeks until everyone using Twitter for iOS has access to the feature.

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