Google Voice Access Beta is a new accessibility app that allows users to control their phone using their voice. It’s designed to let people with disabilities take better advantage of core Android functions in a hands-free manner. With Voice Access, you can use a wide variety of voice commands.
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For example, you can say ‘open Chrome’ or ‘go home’ to navigate around the phone, or interact with the screen by saying ‘click next’ or ‘scroll down’
It also incorporates a numeric system, so everything from apps to drop down menu options will be assigned a number you can say aloud to perform a task.
The company says it’s also introducing a new version of its text-to-speech navigation software for Chromebooks, as well as bringing voice-based editing to Google Docs. Google Voice Access is now available in Beta. Google says it should be released as a free Play Store app at some point in the future.