The leaked Google I/O schedule has revealed several information regarding the upcoming products and features that will be unveiled by the firm. Sometime back, we got to know that the ATAP team will be launching new wearables and the possible features that can be a part of the Android M iteration.
Now, another feature dubbed Voice Access is likely to arrive and it is said that this feature will let users control the applications using their voice.
As per a session with the title “Your app, now available hands-free”, it seems like Google will provide users with a new way of accessing applications. This new way of opening apps using voice is called Voice Access that is a service that will let anyone access their Android device using voice.
Google seems to be in plans to provide simple steps for the developers that will provide an optimal experience with the Voice Access feature. It appears like the Voice Access is not only restricted to launch apps with your voice, but also to control them.
The Voice Access seems to be a great new feature that we have not seen before and we expect to see it getting unveiled at the Google I/O.