Control your Android by voice commands
Through the Google Voice Access app, anyone can control their smartphone with voice commands. This accessibility service can be of great help for people with difficulties to handle their touchscreen.
Main functions of Google's voice command app
The functions of this application are divided into three categories:
- Basic browsing actions from any screen such as going back or returning to the home screen.
- Gestures to interact with elements on the current screen.
- Text editing and dictation.
In other words, this application is going to let us control all the basic and most common actions with our voice, browsing through screens and applications or writing and editing text if necessary. It can be used to replace actions usually carried out with gestures.
How to enable Google's voice commands?
Once you've downloaded and installed the APK on your Android, you have to follow these steps:
- Step 1: go to the system's settings and from there to Accessibility.
- Step 2: choose the Voice Acess option.
- Step 3: activate the switch.
- Step 4: complete the configuration with the help of the tutorial that shows you the most common commands.
Once you've configured the app, you only have to enable this option through the OK Google command from any screen.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.0.
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