Google had announced the launch of a new app called Voice Access, the app is designed to provide improved accessibility to mobile devices for people with limited mobility.
The Voice Access app is designed to help people navigate their smartphone and perform a range of different task on the device using voice commands.
Voice Access provides a hands-free experience for Android, letting people navigate through apps, compose and edit text, and talk to the Google Assistant. It provides more fine-grained controls than other voice commands you might use on your phone—for example, letting you use your voice to “click” buttons and controls within apps, or scroll and navigate app screens. And while there are great benefits for individuals with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, spinal cord injury and more, Voice Access can also provide value to people who don’t have a disability—people juggling with groceries or in the middle of cooking.
You can find 0ut more information about the new Voice Access app from Google over at Google at the link below. The app is available for Android from the Google Play Store.
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