Monday, April 1, 2013

Use Voice Control on your BlackBerry Z10

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We show you how to control your BlackBerry Z10 with your voice

The Z10's assistant comes in the form of an app simply dubbed Voice Control. All in all the app can make multitasking easier by allowing you to perform a variety of actions and tasks with your voice. Instead of navigating to a specific app, you can simply open the Voice Control app and speak your commands.

To use the Voice Control app on your Z10, proceed with the following.

  • Wake your BlackBerry Z10.
  • Tap and hold the button that sits between the volume rocker on the side of the Z10.
  • Speak your command into the handset.
  • When finished, tap the microphone icon at the bottom of the screen.
  • You're done! With Voice Control you can send Facebook updates, type SMS messages, and even set an alarm.
Voice Control aside, the Z10 is an extremely capable smartphone. It has some great features, an awesome camera and works well. In our review of the BlackBerry Z10, we said:

The BlackBerry World does have a solid selection of music and videos, though and there will be carrier billing for simple purchasing. Long-time BlackBerry fans will be happy to know that you can finally download and install apps on the BlackBerry Z10 without having to restart it. Yes, there are many existing BlackBerry users who have to restart their phones after installing a new app. Yeesh.

The BlackBerry 10 platform is a clean break from the past but it still faces the challenges you'd expect from a new OS: it lacks polish and app support is not close to what you can find on the competition. BlackBerry 10 does some things very well but I'm not sure if that's enough to overcome it's shortcomings."

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