Voice Access will allow you to create and edit texts using voice commands, switch from one application to another, click on the “buttons” inside applications.
Google has launched the Voice Access application, which enables users to control their mobile devices on the Android platform using voice. The application is designed to facilitate the use of a mobile phone for persons with disabilities, according to an official company blog.
Voice Access will allow users to create and edit texts using voice commands and without switching hands, switch from one application to another, click on the “buttons” inside the applications and scroll.
The application is available in the Google Play store in English, developers are planning to add other language versions in the future.