Download Voice Tags apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

13 Oct
Voice Tags

Posted by Appricodes in Lifestyle | Oct. 13, 2014 | 4 Comments

Apk file size: 718.0 KB

This application is specially designed for blinds and visually impaired persons, allowing them to tag objects and documents with their own voice.
You can attach barcodes to objects or use their own barcodes. The application scan this barcode using a third-party app, then allow you to record your voice. The next time you scan this barcode you will hear your recorded voice.
The first time you run the application, it asks you to install XZing barcode reader from Google PlayStore, which is a free and powerful barcode scanner. After installing this app please re-open Voice Tags and enjoy it.
You can use this app to tag letters and documents, remember expiration date of a bottle of milk, create a flash card for learning a new language, identify spices, etc.
Tag labels can be downloaded and printed by yourself or be ordered from the integrated shop within the application.

Keyboard shortcuts:
To activate shortcuts, go to settings. You can use following shortcuts in this app to make the life easier:
Camera button for scanning next tag, long-press for turning keyboard shortcuts on and off.
Volume-up for recording your voice for currently scanned tag or play the recorded voice. Long-press for deleting currently saved voice.
Volume-down for stopping playback or recording. Long-press for scanning next tag.

You can get help by choosing help within the app, which shows an accessible table of contents.
Please contact us if you have any idea for making the app better or find any accessibility problems.

Appricodes part of our Lifestyle and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Oct. 13, 2014. Google play rating is 93.3333. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 718.0 KB.

Download voice-tags.apk 718.0 KB

4 Comments

Maryam Beig

Very usefull app specialy for visully impaired!

Amir Farazmand

Suggestion I guess it helps if you preload some shop barcodes such as Aldi so when they walk in it is already all scanned. It obviously requires the Aldi data to be preloaded.

Kiarash Nikpour

Nice Work. App runs silk smooth and does its function.

A Google User

Great Thank you so much this app helps me a lot. I am visually impaired, and this is an awesome app to use

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