Google employees built a messaging app without a keyboard for emoji lovers

Earlier this week, we told you about Uptime, a video sharing app from Googlers who participated in the company’s Area 120 internal incubator for side projects. Now, the initiative has launched its first Android app. Supersonic is a messaging app that relies almost exclusively on voice input: hold down the mic button to dictate a message, and you’ll see it transcribed into a text and emoji-studded message in your one-on-one or group conversation. Your contacts can also play back your audio message, and it’ll disappear once it’s been heard. There’s also a lounge where some users can list themselves to…

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