Look to Speak

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About this app

Look to Speak is an Android app from 'Experiments with Google' which enables people to use their eyes to select pre-written phrases and have them spoken aloud.

To find out more, visit https://experiments.withgoogle.com/looktospeak
Updated on
Sep 12, 2022

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816 reviews
Kevin Schuh
July 5, 2022
Huge potential but you can only do 20 phrases? So its still just an experiment and not useful. I went out and bought an Android tablet and downloaded it hoping to help my mother that can not speak after a stroke. She can just point to a list easier than this. if it had categories of phrases and levels it would be useful. I hope they develop this into a real app. Right now its just a simple example and not worth downloading. I wish they would have more details about what it can really do
21 people found this review helpful
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Jeff Harlan
November 30, 2021
Need to be able to turn off snooze ability. App would work great if it didn't keep snoozing accidentally and reseting the phase choices. Frustrating for those trying to use it that can't speak themselves. Snooze activation area seems WAY more sensitive than the other areas. Samsung Galaxy S8+. Will update to 5 star if snooze is fixed. Thank you so much for trying to make this work.
25 people found this review helpful
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Leona Gahan
December 9, 2020
Clean, simple and easy to use. Potentially a very powerful tool for many users, which already serves its purpose well. Eye tracking is accurate, only had a few errors come up, and they did not repeat. Head tracking with/as an alternative to eye tracking could definitely have a place, as while the app itself is quite accurate, slight variance in users operating the app and whether the user has a device stand, may impact the overall effectiveness for some.
46 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Added support for the following languages: Arabic (Modern Standard Arabic), Bengali, German, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (LatAm), French, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Marathi, Portuguese, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Vietnamese.