Google Voice Access

Android: Google has always loved its voice commands, but they’re no substitute for a touchscreen. Until now, anyway. Voice Access is a new accessibility option that allows users to control their phone entirely with their voice.

Voice Access is an accessibility service that helps users who have difficulty manipulating a touch screen (e.g. due to paralysis, tremor, or temporary injury) use their Android devices by voice.

The new app, which is currently in beta, provides basic navigation voice commands like “Go home” or “Tap go back.” It will also overlay important buttons with numbered labels so you can tap on just about anything with your voice. The feature is designed to help disabled users who can’t hold their phones, but are able to speak to use their devices. To get the app, enroll in the beta here, then download the app from the source link below.