Let’s be clear that “voice typing” really means dictation. One reason for the rebranding of the term may be because the experience feels different than previous, clunkier versions of dictation tools. This Gboard and Voice Typing are sophisticated enough to give you options of what it believes you said by underlining words and phrases.
How To Activate Voice Typing
- Open Google Playstore and search for gboard in the search bar.
- Install the Gboard – Google Keyboard application.
- Now after the application gets installed, you need to open the app and go through the process of setting it up.
- When you tap on the app icon after installing, it show an option enable in settings, click on it and you will be directed to settings page.
- It will direct you to the ‘language & input’ page in the settings section of your device.
- Now enable Gboard by tapping on the toggle option present next to Gboard.
- Now, a popup will show up and just tap on ok to continue.
- Next, it will show a select input method option, just click on it and select Gboard as the input method.
- Then after setting up the input method, it will ask you to set up permissions, click on that.
- It will ask you to grant a few permissions to Gboard which you should do.
- Then finally click on done.
- After you finish this, just tap on voice typing, then click on languages to add languages you wish to add and finally save.
Talk to write
- Open any app that you can type with, like Gmail or Keep.
- Tap an area where you can enter text.
- At the top of your keyboard, touch and hold Microphone.
- When you see “Speak now,” say what you want written.
Replace a word
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the document or message with the word you want to change.
- Touch and hold the word.
- At the top of your keyboard, tap Microphone.
- When you see “Speak now,” say the new word.
Happy Typing!!!! Sorry Happy Speaking!!!