Express yourself through your own voice.
A couple of months ago, Twitter has introduced a feature that would let you record voice messages and post them as Tweets. While it was only supported with just a few users n a few territories, Twitter has started rolling out the feature to everyone.
If you want to know how to Tweet your voice, just follow these steps (note that voice Tweets is supported on the official Twitter app on Android and iOS):
Tap the Compose button on the lower-left corner of the Twitter app.
On the Compose window, look for the voice icon located just beside the camera icon.
You can hit record to start recording.
Once that is done, a small player will appear containing the voice you’ve recorded. You can add a message before Tweeting it.
And that’s it! Twitter’s voice Tweets lets you record up to 140 seconds, and longer messages will automatically be threaded or up to 25 Tweets.
How you tried voice Tweets on Twitter? Let us know in the comments!