What if you can’t remember how to play a certain sport?
What if your friends don’t have a clue how to do that?
And what if you’re not in the right state?
The NFL is taking it a step further.
It’s introducing a new app that will help people who don’t speak the language, or don’t know how to speak English, communicate with each other.
The new app is called Connect.
It uses “Voice to Text” technology to connect players to each other through voice-to-text.
NFL players can set their voice-over-text options to allow for both spoken and non-spoken text, which will allow for faster, more accurate communication.
The new app also uses the same basic voice-based audio format, so players can use it without needing to adjust the volume.
For example, a player could say, “Hey, this is the new receiver I’m trying to call.”
The app will play back what the receiver says to the player in English.
That player can then ask for the information, “How many yards does this receiver have?”
The app uses voice-chat technology to let players and coaches set their own options for voice-talks.
For example, the new app lets coaches set the volume for each player’s voice, so they can call each other more often, for example, or have players speak their questions.
This feature isn’t new.
It’s been around for years.
In 2015, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that he was working on a way for players to speak more naturally, through speech recognition technology.
But in the past, players have not been able to speak as naturally as they could without the app.
It was a problem, and Goodell said it was time for a change.
“This new app, Connect, will enable players to communicate with coaches and teammates in English and Spanish,” Goodell said in a statement.
“In the near future, we will also bring the app to more sports in the U.S. and around the world.”