A Village Voice app is reportedly working on a new feature for iPhone users, the Village Voice Memento app.
The feature is currently in development for iPhone, but Village Voice said it will soon expand to Android.
In the VillageVoice app, the voice memo feature lets users share their voice memos to others via Facebook Messenger or YouTube.
The new feature will not require an iPhone or iPad app.
Voice memos are an increasingly common way for voice over talent to share their thoughts and emotions with audiences around the world.
VoiceMemento is a way to help voice over artists and other creators to share messages and thoughts.
Voice actors are often paid for their roles and receive little compensation from a streaming service, but that can make it difficult for voice actors to find jobs.
The Village Voice feature lets voice actors, singers, and other artists share their messages with other voices, and the app allows people to also send their own voice memos.
Voice memo has become a big part of the VoiceOver community.
In March, VoiceOver.com introduced the Voice Memo service.
Voice Memos can be used by anyone who wants to share a voice with the world, but they are limited in their use to voice over and audiobook actors.
VoiceOver is currently working on new voice memos for iPhone.
In September, Voice Over revealed a new service for VoiceOver users, which it called Voice Memorable, a new voice voice-over feature that lets users upload voice memos, and a new way to use voice memos within the app.
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