Technology has changed so much over the years, and with user controlled voice software it has truly revolutionized how we control our mobile devices. AutoVoice has been around for some time, but now it’s become a new Google Chrome extension that allows users to control their Android device through voice prompts with any other Android device, Linux, Mac, desktop, or laptop PC.

The new AutoVoice Chrome Extension is now available as a Google download, and fully extends your PC while giving you full access to your Android smartphone or tablet through voice commands. With the extension installed, you can perform tasks you would normally have to manually do by simply stating your intentions such as sending messages, phone dialing, making calls, playing songs, and much more.

New Google Chrome Extension, AutoVoice, Allows PC Voice Commands to Control Your Android Device

In order to take advantage of all the AutoVoice features, you’ll first have to download and install the app from Google Play. After installed, you’ll have to set up the app which is quite easy and takes less than a minute to set up. Next, you can download the Chrome Extension which is another free download onto a device such as your PC, tablet, smartphone, or any other device.

AutoVoice for Android is a free to use app for a trial period of 7 days which gives you plenty of time to try before you decide to buy. The Chrome Extension is free for life, and both are quite an addition for tech enthusiasts just like us.

You can download both through the exclusive links below:

Download AutoVoice for Android

Download AutoVoice Extension from the Chrome Web Store