Using Google voice typing
Google voice typing uses Google’s speech-recognition technology, that converts spoken words into text
input. You must be connected to the Internet when using this feature.
As you speak, the converted text is underlined and you can continue speaking to keep it, or you can
To use Google voice typing:
1. Touch text eld where you want to type text.
2. Depending on the app you’re using, you can do either of the following:
If you see the microphone icon beside the text eld, touch it.
If the onscreen keyboard is open, touch .
3. When you see the microphone icon, speak clearly what you want to type. When you pause,
Google voice typing transcribes the text you spoke and displays it on the text eld.
Say “period”, “comma”, “question mark”, or “exclamation point” to type these punctuation marks.
Touch the Backspace key to delete the underlined text.