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Google’s new app is to help speech-impaired users communicate with their eyes

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NEW DELHI: Tech giant Google has rolled out a useful app called Look to Speak. The company has designed this feature in order to help people with speech and motor impairments as it will help them in communicating with their eyes.
The app performs quite simply and it allows people to use their eye’s movement in order to select and communicate pre-written phrases through the smartphone. The company has launched this app as part of the company’s “Experiments with Google” platform. The app is available for every user with an Android phone.
The app is intuitive and simple to use, as per Google. The screen of the smartphone gets divided into three sections and each of them can be accessed by either looking left, right or looking up.
There are lists of various pre-written phrases which can be selected by looking left or right. After this, the selected list is split up and appears on either side and the same process continues until a single phrase is selected and then the phone will say it out loud.
If any time a user feels that they want to cancel the process, then they just have to look up. Also looking up at the home screen will activate a snooze option if the user does not want to use the app temporarily. The app also allows users to customise the phrases as per their wishes.
The app can be downloaded from Google Play Store.

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