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Voice Access helps anyone who has difficulty manipulating a touch screen (e.g. due to paralysis, tremor, or temporary injury) use their Android device by voice. Voice Access provides many voice commands for: - Basic navigation (e.g. "go back", "go home", "open Gmail") - Controlling the current screen (e.g. "tap next", "scroll down") - Text editing and dictation (e.g. "type hello", "replace coffee with tea") You can also say "Help" any time to see a short list of commands. Voice Access includes a tutorial which introduces the most common voice commands (starting Voice Access, tapping, scrolling, basic text editing, and getting help). You can use the Google Assistant to start Voice Access by saying "Hey Google, Voice Access". To do this, you’ll need to enable "Hey Google" detection. You can also tap either the Voice Access notification or a blue Voice Access button and start talking. To pause Voice Access temporarily, just say "stop listening". To disable Voice Access completely, go to Settings > Accessibility > Voice Access and turn off the switch. For additional support, see Voice Access help.
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Looks like another dead Google experiment, since it hasn't been updated in 9 months now. Meanwhile, Apple has introduced an improved version of the feature for iOS devices. This implementation is quite buggy, sometimes responding, sometimes not. It also takes over the "Ok, Google" functionality, which means that you lose access to the Google Assistant functionality when this is active.
Usually works okay but when using Google maps when I say hey Google it activatesvoice access and listens to Google's own turn by turn voice directions, it doesn't turn those out. And it also won't do the normal commands like go home, go to gas station, send SMS etc. It really needs to be integrated with Google assistant so they don't interfere with each other.
app is incredibly bad at recognizing commands. why can't we give it more examples of our voice to improve it? i have to say "shcroll down" for it to scroll down, for example, or it consistently confuses it with "school down" or "call Don"; for scroll up it guesses "koala"; five is best understood when artificially drawn out into "fah-eev"; 8 is apparently not a word; etc. if i say "hey google" to try and get its attention first it catches my meaning but then doesn't understand the command.
Found this accidentally - it turns out this app is great, lets you control nearly everything on your phone just by voice commands. I found it very helpful as you can swap between apps, you don't need to type text, it supports different languages as well. It will need some tweaking with taking screenshots and photos - it doesn't work on my device but may work on others. You can scroll down, have basic control like Volume up and down, restart the device and much more. Yes, it does consume your battery,but the features it includes are really powerful.
Great idea, will work very well if it didn't reset all the time It's supposed to sync with Google assistant but now once I turn voice access on, I keep getting "Can't reach Google at the moment" and it keeps ignoring my "OK Google" command So I have to go to voice settings and turn on voice match and also retrain it sometimes Too many bugs Please fix it and it'll be great
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