Voice commands make life easy and interesting. But not every app supports and accepts voice commands as input. There is a way to make any keyboard responsive app recognize the voice commands. This can be done easily using the Google assistant on your Android device.
Using Google Assistant
Android devices come with a built-in power house voice command search known as the Google assistant. You can start it by just simply long pressing the Home button on your device. Then you can observe a small pop-up window appear on the screen. Just tap on the tray icon in the top right corner of the window. You will then be headed to the explore section of the Google assistant that lets you dig into the full capabilities of Google assistant. You can then change the settings of the app accordingly and make it work to its full capability and make the best use of it. You can change your preferences in your My day there. You can also simply add things to your shopping list easily as Google assistant has got an integrated shopping list. You can simply say hey Google add ….. to my shopping list. In the same way, you can also reach Google for various things to know about your events in your calendar to plan things accordingly.
Voice Commands For Other Apps
Like ways, you can even use this voice commands feature for dictating text, messages and emails in various applications that you might be using the Evernote, Messenger, Email apps. All you need to do is just enable the voice commands feature and then after opening the particular application, you just need to tap on the microphone icon that appears on the keyboard and start dictating. That is it, it will then begin to take your voice and then make it into text thus making your task really simple.