Google Speech Services offers powerful text-to-speech and speech-to-text technology to enhance your device's functionality. With speech-to-text functionality, this service allows third-party apps to convert your spoken words into text, enabling a range of applications, from using your voice to search for places on Google Maps and transcribing recordings on the Recorder app to real-time transcription of phone calls on the Phone App Call Screen feature. Additionally, it supports accessibility apps like Voice Access and dictation or keyboard apps that enable text messages through voice, as well as search by voice features and language learning apps. To use Google Speech-to-Text, select it as your preferred voice input engine in your device's Assist App settings.
Meanwhile, Google Text-to-Speech services can read text aloud on your screen. Applications powered by this service include Google Play Books and Google Translate, which can translate and speak aloud to help you learn how to pronounce new words. Accessibility apps like Talkback also benefit from this functionality, providing spoken feedback across your device. To use Google Text-to-Speech, select it as your preferred engine in your device's Text-to-Speech output settings. Note that, in most cases, Speech Services by Google is already available on your Android device. You can check for updates to the latest version if necessary.
|Name: Speech Services by Google
|Developer: Google LLC
|Update: Apr 19, 2023
|Size: 52 MB
What is Speech Services by Google?
Speech Services by Google is a set of tools that provide speech-to-text and text-to-speech functionality to Google and other third-party apps. It allows you to convert your voice to text or hear text on your screen read aloud.
What are some apps that use Speech Services by Google?
Speech Services can be used by various apps, including Google Maps, Recorder App, Phone App Call Screen, accessibility apps like Voice Access, dictation or keyboard apps, language learning apps, and many others in the Play Store.
How can I use Speech Services by Google on my Android device?
To use Speech Services on your Android device, go to Settings > Apps & notifications > Default apps > Assist App and select Speech Services by Google as your preferred voice input engine for speech-to-text. For text-to-speech, go to Settings > Languages & Input > Text-to-Speech output and select Speech Services by Google as your preferred engine.
Is Speech Services by Google already available on my Android device?
On many Android devices, Speech Services by Google is already available. However, you can update to the latest version through the Play Store.
Google's Speech Services is a powerful tool that adds both text-to-speech and speech-to-text functionality to your Android device. Here are some tips and tricks for using this app:
Speech Services enables speech-to-text conversion for a wide variety of apps, including Google Maps, Recorder App, Phone App Call Screen feature, Voice Access, dictation or keyboard apps, and more. To use this service:
Speech Services also allows you to listen to the text on your screen using various apps, including Google Play Books, Google Translate, Talkback, and other accessibility applications. To enable this service:
By following these simple steps, you can tap into the power of Google's Speech Services on your Android device and enjoy the convenience of speech-to-text and text-to-speech conversion on a wide variety of apps.
|Apr 19, 2023
|Apr 19, 2023
|Apr 19, 2023
To install "Speech Services by Google" APK on your computer, you need to follow these steps:
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