Like with all of your apps, they all sound like the greatest ideas when I first discover them. Then problems with learning how to use them to their full potential. But ultimately, find the purpose and the reasons to use them, all while trying not to look like a biggest nerd in the world, I. E. Person that's constantly giving commands to the gadgets like he/she is driving the enterprise starship. I understand it is 21st century, but come on, man?
Awesome with Google Home
I love this app, it forfills all my wishes and needs.. Support is the best I have ever had in at least 25 years... I can only recommend it.. if you want voicecontrol on your Android? Autovoice is what you need!!
It doesn't work. The free version was basically useless as it limits commands to 4 letters and wouldn't actually execute a reply to any commands. The paid version was even worse because it kept asking for you to sign in and once you did and entered in your custom command it wouldn't save it and just asked you to sign back in indefinitely.
A good add-on for Google Voice search. Would give 5 stars once Google Assistant works without workarounds
I use this app to extend the voice capabilities of the Google app but its dependence on the accessibility service means it needs an unlocked device with the screen on. That is rather limiting. I don't really find it reliable but then neither are the Google voice searches or Tasker. The alternative of exploiting 'note to self' can get around the limitations, though it is a tad inelegant. Hopefully Google Assistant will improve on this. None of this is the apps fault.
Release video: https://youtu.be/t98nr8JXPsQ
Comment/discuss here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Jo%C3%A3oDias/posts/5S7gcBfdbc6
- Added ability to change output contexts lifespans in natural language commands
- fixed bug where editing output contexts would reset their lifespans to 5