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Google Launches New Tools For Visually, Hearing And Motor Impaired Users - Tech Times

Twitter announced images for the visually impaired late last month. Two weeks later, Google is following suit, having announced the launch of a host of different tools for users who suffer from visual, hearing and motor impairments. "Nearly 20 percent ...and more »

Google's Voice Access goes live in beta form - Engadget

Google quietly rolled out the beta version of its hands-free Voice Access service, allowing some lucky users to control their phones via speech alone. With Voice Access, users can say things like "go home," "scroll down" or "open Chrome" to navigate ...and more »

Android 'Voice Access' Lets You Control a Phone by Speaking to it - PC Magazine

Google is making it easier for those with disabilities to interact with Android. The company on Monday announced a handful of updates—including Voice Access Beta—meant to make the mobile operating system more accessible. Designed for "people who ...and more »

How to Get Voice Access Beta - XDA Developers (blog)

Google has released a new voice control app for Android called Voice Access. This product is in Beta and the beta team is full. How do you get the product than you ask? Well today we show you how to obtain and install the Voice Access Beta APK using ...and more »

Google Voice Access beta enlarges role for voice, conversational device interaction - Marketing Land

As part of its effort to make Android devices more accessible to people with disabilities, Google has launched Voice Access Beta. It offers a far wider range of voice-controlled functions on Android devices and includes more spoken recognition and ...and more »

Google Voice Access Beta Lets You Control Your Smartphone by Voice - NDTV

Google was supposed to introduce its 'Voice Access' service back at last year's Google I/O conference, but never did so. The search giant has finally launched an 'Voice Access' beta app using which people can control several more features of their ...and more »

Google promotes accessibility with new features for Android, Chrome OS, and Google Docs - Greenbot

Google's business practices have typically been very inclusive, and it's in that spirit that the company has written a blog post highlighting a number of new accessibility features for Chrome OS, Android, and several of its web apps. “It's so important ...and more »

Google's Voice Access app lets you control Android devices by speaking - VentureBeat

Google today announced the beta launch of Voice Access, an app that will let people use speech recognition to control Android devices. While anyone will presumably be able to use it, it's designed with specific groups of people in mind — specifically ...and more »

Google Voice Access App Lets You Control Your Phone Entirely With Your Voice - Lifehacker

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. The new app, which is ...and more »

Google is making Android far more accommodating for people with disabilities - The Verge

Google is currently testing an Android app that will let you control some primary functions with only your voice, the company announced today. The accessibility software is called Voice Access, and it's designed to let people with disabilities take ...and more »