Introducing the features of the best app, VOINOTEE, which read notifications by voice. What features are there? Read incoming call This function reads the caller name or phone number of an incoming call. Note: This feature is only supported under Android Oreo (Android 8). Read notifications of various apps such as Messages, Facebook, Instagram and … Continue reading VOINOTEE, the best app that read notifications aloud.
VOINOTEE, which reads notifications, has the ability to read the current time at every hour. It’s one of the features that many of VOINOTEE users love. In this article, we’ll look at how to do that. It’s very simple and easy to follow. First, find and tap the “Time” icon in the “What to read” … Continue reading How to set the time reading function of VOINOTEE, which reads notifications aloud.
You may have thought about that. “My Bluetooth earphone had a function that reads Whatsapp messages …” “I would like to be able to hear the notifications from my phone right away when wearing my earphones … “I’m bothered to check the SMS, but if someone just read it in words …” There is a … Continue reading How to make earphones (Bluetooth earphones) to read notifications out.
This screen immediately appears right after installing VOINOTEE for the first time or after updating to the latest version. For some reasons, you can move to the main screen after setting the essential requirements for operating the App. This chapter will explain what to do first. 1. Red light and Blue light As described in … Continue reading First steps for VOINOTEE to read notifcations aloud.
VOINOTEE has many features and requires more permissions compared to similar other apps. This chapter will list the permissions required to run VOINOTEE and describe why they’re needed. NOTE: Refer to “Status light(icon) of VOINOTEE to read notifications”. 1. Notification access rights Notification access rights are essential for operating VOINOTEE. To allow VOINOTEE to/not to … Continue reading Permissions required for VOINOTEE to read notifications aloud.
VOINOTEE offers five status lights to intuitively understand the operation status of each item. 1. Gray light Gray light is on for items that are not set up or items that are set up, but affected by other settings and can be ignored for now. 2. Blue light Blue light is on for items that … Continue reading Status light(icon) of VOINOTEE to read notifications