Android 11 is full of new features and although it is not yet officially available, at least, in its full version, there are already several points of interest to arouse the curiosity of the community. One promises to revolutionize the way we interact with our smartphones and tablets. It is called Voice Access and is a tool that allows you to navigate menus and applications, exclusively with voice.
Voice Access will arrive as an app. And yes, this means that the software is not installed properly on the device, so, first of all, you have to download it directly from the Play Store.
Once downloaded, have to click open. A notification will appear, asking you to access the accessibility settings and activate Voice Access.
Then, you will have to adjust the application control level. Note that it is recommended that you check all the requested control, since the app must reach all the interaction elements of your equipment so that you can use it to its full extent. Finally, even before you can use the app, it will ask you if you would like to watch a short tutorial.
After these steps, you can proceed to the configuration and customization of Voice Access, to adjust the way you want the app to work on your device. In this chapter, there are some features to pay attention to. One of them is the quick shortcut which, when active, makes a miniature appear on your screen, which appears fixed and permanently on the remaining contents. The idea that you can click on this "button" whenever you want to activate the tool.