As part of its focus to make Android devices more accessible to people with disabilities, Google has launched Voice Access Beta, a new accessibility service that allows Android users to control all of the functionality of their device by voice alone.
The new app allows users to change settings, writing texts, scrolling to the end of a page, using the camera, contacts and more. This will allow a greater inclusion to users unable to operate the touchscreen due to a disability.
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