Somewhere in the Android Settings lies the option for you turn on Bluetooth, turn off Wifi, and change sound preferences. These options are usually buried deep under menus and sub-menus. Discoverability is an issue and navigating to the options usually means multiple taps within the Settings app. Yes, there’s a search bar within the Settings app, but it’s clunky, requires typing and only returns exact matches. Some of these options are accessible through the quick settings bar, but discovery and navigation issues still exist.
In the latest release, simply tell Q Actions what System Settings you want to change. Q Actions can now control your Bluetooth, Wifi, music session, and sound settings through voice.
Configure your Settings:
- “turn on/off bluetooth”
- “turn wifi on/off”
Control your music:
- “play next song”
- “pause music”
- “resume my music”
Toggle your sound settings:
- “enable do not disturb”
- “mute ringer”
- “increase the volume”
- “put my phone on vibrate”
In addition to placing calls to your Contacts, Q Actions helps you manage Contacts via voice. Easily add a recent caller as a contact in your phonebook or share a friend’s contact info with simple commands. If you have your contact’s address in your Contacts, you can also get directions to the address using your favorite navigation app.
Place calls to Contacts:
- “call Jason Chen”
- “dial Mario on speaker”
Manage and share your Contacts:
- “save recent number as Mark Johnson”
- “edit Helen’s contact information“
- “share contact info of Daniel Phan”
- “view last incoming call”
Bridge the gap between your Contacts and navigation apps:
- “take me to Rob’s apartment”
- “how do I get to Mike’s house?”
Unlock your phone’s potential with voice! Q Actions is now available on Google Play.