August 15th, 2010 MobileFreak
Google recently announced it’s Voice Actions app for the Android platform. (If you have an Android phone, and you drive, please continue reading…)
Using Voice Actions, users can send email and text messages, call contacts, surf the web, get directions, create a note to self, and even listen to music simply by speaking the commands into your Android 2.2 (Froyo) powered phone.
Of course, no Google app release is complete without a video from one of their engineers:
Google Voice Actions will come pre-installed on the Verizon/Motorola Droid 2 phone, and other phones running Android 2.2 can download it from Android Market.
Read all the details from their blog post here.
MobileMammoth strongly encourages any Android user who might occasionally text and drive to go download and use this app today. Please.
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