The Voice Access app from Google has been released and it is a voice control app as its name indicates. It is useful for those who want to control their Android device with their voice.
The app is in its beta phase now, and it does not need an Internet connection to work. Here, you will get to know the different ways you can use the Google Voice Access app and gets things done.
All you need to do is install the app and go to the Settings menu and turn on the Voice Access service in the Accessibility sub-menu. Anytime you want, you can pause the app from the notifications bar by just tapping on it.
To use Voice Access, you must have Always On Google Now that lets the operating system process the voice commands from any screen. So, eThe Voice Access app from Google has been released and it is a voice control app as its name indicates. It is useful for those who want to nsure that Always On in Google Now is enabled.
You can use the Voice Access on Android devices that run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or above to get the voice commands.
There are three categories in this application such as Basics and Navigation, Gestures, and Text Editing.
Launch any application using Voice Access
You can launch an app in two ways. One way is to speak out the number displayed next to the specific app and the other one is to say 'Open' followed by the name of the app.
Read or send an email just with your voice
To send an email using your voice, voice out the number of the required email client or say 'Open Gmail'. To read an email, voice out the number listed next to the email you need to read.
To compose an email, just speak the number next to the compose icon and start speaking the content. The voice recognition ability of the app has an accuracy of 90 percent.
Commands you can use
Voice Access can recognize the commands like backspace, enter, delete sentence, type, undo, redo, and delete word. The delete word will wipe the word that is next to the cursor. There are many more commands and you can access the list by saying 'show commands'.
Navigate across the menu options
It is possible to use your voice commands to navigate across the menus. You can carry out the wireless and menu navigation wit your voice commands.
With the Voice Access app, you can do anything like navigating around your phone. You can just say the command 'go home' to go around the phone, say 'click next' or anything.
Turn gestures into voice commands
There is an interesting feature that will turn the gestures into voice commands. You can also vocalize any gesture with your voice.
For instance, you can say unlock that will activate the gesture to unlock the phone.
Get anytime help
In case, you do not know what command to use, you can say "What can I say?" that will show you the full voice command list.