The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that it is developing a new voice app that it hopes will help people raise their voices, while also offering a voice recognition service to aid people who want to talk to drivers.
The app, which is being developed by Google and Uber, is called Voice to Raise Your Voice, and it was unveiled at the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Annual Cybersecurity Symposium on Tuesday.
The agency says it is aiming to provide voice recognition for all voice calls, regardless of their language.
It says it will allow people to voice record, which allows them to communicate with drivers through text messaging.
It also says the app will enable people to create a voice recording, so that they can use that voice recording as evidence in court or during an investigation.
A spokesperson for the agency said in a statement that the app “will help protect the privacy and security of everyone who uses our systems.”
The app is designed to give voice users access to the ability to record and store their voice while in public.
“We are focused on making voice a part of everyday life and will be making it available to all of our users, regardless who they are,” the spokesperson said.
“We are excited about the potential of Voice to raise your voice.”
The spokesperson added that the agency was working with Google and other app makers on the project.
Uber and Google are working on a similar app called Uber for Voice.
Uber is currently developing a free app called the Voice to Ride app, with voice recognition as the main feature.
But the company is reportedly working on other voice recognition features as well.
Google also announced in April that it had developed a voice-recognition app called Google Voice for Android that is meant to be used by those who have a smartphone but don’t have an internet connection.
That app uses Google Maps to search for places and services, and the app offers users the ability, for example, to search a location using voice commands, according to the company.
Google said it hopes that voice recognition will be a “big hit” for its voice recognition services.
The Uber for voice app is set to launch in the U.K. next year.