Voice Commands

Voice commands improve your voice typing experience by letting you perform common tasks like inserting punctuations, quotes, adding a line break, performing browser actions like scrolling, etc. using your voice.

A voice command is mapping from one phrase to another phrase or action. For example, the voice command question mark => ? means that dictating question mark will insert ?.

Voice In has a built-in list of voice commands for punctuation marks, special characters, line breaks, quotes and brackets. Choose your language to see available voice commands:

English हिंदी Italiano Deutsch Français Nederland
Português norsk bokmål Suomi Dansk ไทย Indonesia
Svenska Español العَرَبِيَّة‎ Magyarország Mandarin 日本語
Türkçe Polski Русский Greek Bulgarian Persian
Cantonese বাংলা తెలుగు मराठी മലയാളം ಕನ್ನಡ

With Voice In Plus, you can also define your own custom voice commands. Custom voice commands let you automate repetitive text entry, correct errors, do browser actions, etc. Learn more about custom voice commands.