Using a voice message in your website Using a voice message in your website
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Using a voice message in your website

The speakpipe recently update the apps into html widget easy to embed and install in your website. Received voice message anywhere you go. If need help email us or shoot a message in twitter or facebook.

– HTML5 version of the widget
The widget now uses browser capabilities to record audio from a microphone. The main benefit is that it doesn’t require to use the Flash player anymore. The latest versions of Chrome and Firefox support this feature. For browsers that don’t support HTML5 audio recording yet (like Safari and Internet Explorer), SpeakPipe still uses the Flash player. Unfortunately, iOS devices still don’t support audio recording in a browser, so SpeakPipe still needs to use the native app on this platform. The good news is that the latest Android versions support HTML5 audio recording, so SpeakPipe works on Android in the latest versions of Chrome or Firefox without requiring any additional apps.
– The widget checks for issues with recording
If there are any issues with the audio during recording (e.g., high or low recording volume, muted microphone or background noise), the widget shows a warning message and asks the user to check the recording and re-record if necessary.

– It handles upload errors and allows users to retry the upload
If a user experiences problems with their Internet connection when uploading audio, the widget shows a warning message and allows them to retry the upload.
– Enhanced performance
Now users don’t have to wait for audio processing after recording messages. They can listen to or upload the message immediately after clicking the “Stop” button.