Windows Phone 8: Voice Commands
Published on Monday, February 25, 2013 1:13:02 PM UTC in Programming
Part of the last article was a detailed look at the possibility of speech recognition from within your app. A logical continuation of this technology and feature is to seek deeper integration with the operating system by using voice commands. Voice commands are a way for you to register certain phrases with the Windows Phone OS that are recognized when the user invokes the built-in voice recognition, without your app being active or even launched. In this article I will explain what it takes to use this feature, and what you can achieve with it.
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Tags: Windows Phone · Windows Phone 8