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This Amazing Noise Cancelling App Mutes Distractions on Both Ends of Your Call

With Krisp, your meetings and calls remain crystal clear of unwanted background noise.

Mar 28 by Futurism Creative
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Ever since the pandemic struck, millions of office workers now find themselves working from home. While this can be flexible and efficient, common household noise is a huge distraction. Whether it comes from your blender, washing machine, dogs, kids, or other factors, these noises can significantly impact your online meetings and phone calls, making them almost unworkable, and making you look very unprofessional in the process. However, technology has managed to find a solution: a reliable, compact, and attractive noise cancelling app called Krisp.

What is Krisp?

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Honored as one of TIME’s 100 best inventions of 2020 and Forbes’ most promising artificial intelligence companies of 2020, Krisp is essentially an AI-powered app that removes background noise and echoes from calls and other online audio communication, leaving only a human voice. However, Krisp doesn’t remove noise only from your side of the call, but rather from both ends, even if you’re the only one using the app. And it works in conjunction with over 800 communication apps, including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Slack, and Discord, just to name a few. As all of these apps have strong privacy policies, and so does Krisp.

The app was developed with machine learning, and involved over 20,000 different noises, 50,000 different speakers, and over 25,000 hours of audio. You can check the efficiency of Krisp for yourself by clicking here, as they have uploaded several examples.

Aside from eliminating unwanted noise, the app also provides the best possible voice quality, and works on a low power mode, thus relieving your PC or phone of heavy CPU usage. And the audio processed through Krisp happens locally on your device, not in the cloud. Krisp guarantees that your audio is not going anywhere.

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Krisp is available both for individual and group use, and is free for 120 minutes per week. If you need more time, there are several options avaiable. Starting at just $5 a year, Krisp’s premium plans are available for individuals, teams, and call centers. The plans include HD voice, acoustic and room echo cancellation, low power CPU mode, and 24/7 support.

Krisp is currently used by companies such as GitHub, Fuze, ServiceTitan, and Amplitude. If you’re considering Krisp for teams, you can have a 30-day free trial. No credit card is required for the trial, with no credit card required. Krisp is also a great tool for call centers, where chatter by agents can significantly impact the quality of calls. However, this is not a problem with Krisp, thanks to its bi-directional noise removal, which removes noise for both your agents and potential customers.

So don’t wait. Click here to get started with the Krisp noise cancelling app, today.

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