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Need a Hands-Free Android Experience? Turn On Voice Access

Google’s Voice Access feature improves accessibility by allowing you to navigate your phone, open and use apps, and enter text just by using your voice.

By Lance Whitney

Navigating your mobile phone typically requires a lot of hand holding along with plenty of taps, swipes, and other gestures. But for people who can’t easily use their…

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