Google introduces Voice Access for hands-free operation of your smartphone

October 3rd, 2018   decode   news

After two years in Beta mode, Google is finally releasing Voice Access on the Play Store. The app enables hands-free usage of your smartphone and is mostly designed for people with disabilities who have a hard time to do simple stuff like take a picture or send a text, but is freely downloadable for everyone.

The service allows you to navigate through apps, compose and edit text, and talk to Google Assistant. It offers a deeper integration with the OS and the control of apps, allowing you to “tap” buttons with the application itself. You can say “Scroll forward” or “Tap Go Back”…

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