Android 11's incredible voice control reaches everyone

Voice Access, Google's voice control on Android, had been launched in Spain four years ago. Since then, this voice control has been improving with each new version of the operating system. It has been with the release of Android 11 that we have seen its biggest jump because now it can understand the screen context.

This improved version of voice control is no longer unique for phones that already use Android 11. Google today announced that this version of Voice Access is made available to phones using Android 6.0 and above. So you can enjoy this renewed voice control.

Google launches Android 11 voice control for everyone

Using machine learning and a new interface makes it much easier to control your phone with your voice. In previous versions, Voice Access entered numbers on the screen, so that the user would use commands such as "Press on 1". This new version, which was released on Android 11, also allows you to create tags and then use them in your voice commands.

The update introduces new commands with which you can perform certain actions quickly in your applications. You no longer have to use controls like "Click to Search" and "write cat videos", but if you're using an app like YouTube, you can simply say "search for cat videos". Processes get faster this way.

By installing this version of Voice Access on your phone, you can decide whether you want it to run when you use your phone or if you want to use a command when you need to use it. Voice Access was designed for people with motor disabilities (such as ELA, spinal cord injuries, or arthritis). But it is also useful for anyone with a temporary disability, such as a broken arm, or whose hands are busy (such as when cooking). Regardless of the reason, the revamped version of Voice Access makes it easier for any user, not just those with Android 11.

You can download the app from the Play Store, and if you want to try this new version, you can add to the beta program in this link.

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