Google Rolls Out Voice Access App

Google has finally launched Voice Access that enable people with limited mobility to use their phones. This Android app offers hands-free support. Initially, the Voice Access app will be available in the English language globally, but in near future, the additional language support will be available in the this Android App.

Google Voice Access App has Very Simple Interface

The company was testing Voice Access app since last two years and now it has released this app to allow people to navigate. Moreover, it offers to write and edit text and, of course, talk to the Google Assistant.
The interface of the app is designed to make it easier to control specific functions like clicking a button, and scrolling and navigating app screens.
let’s suppose if you want to write or edit text, then you can start by saying “OK Google,” and open your preferred app with an “open” command. The app even offers you to replace parts of a text message using voices by using commands like “delete the line” or “replace tomorrow with Saturday.”
The one thing which makes this app unique and better than others is that the app is supposed to offer “more fine-grained controls than other voice commands which are usually available on your phone.
Android users can take advantage of many other commands by using Google’s Voice Access, which are available on the app’s support page.

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