Announced late last year, is Action Blocks is the new accessibility application from Google designed to people with cognitive disabilities from today can be downloaded from any device with Android 5.0 or higher.
Action Blocks wants to be the solution to the more than 630 million people with some type of cognitive disability, offering a new way to interact with your Android device through the Wizard of Google.
The glyph of the Wizard of Google
Action Blocks what that does is allow us to add glyphs by way of shortcuts or widgets on the home screen of our mobile phone, which is going to invoke a command from the Wizard of Google.
The operation of Action Blocks is very simple, we just have to write a command in the Wizard of Google, check that it does what we want, assign an image, a name, and add that glyph to our home screen.
Action Blocks is in English, but you have to write commands in Spanish if the Wizard you have configured in that language, since the only thing that makes this application is to invoke the Wizard with the command associated with the pictogram.
The news Google launches Action Blocks: your new accessibility application which enables you to add glyphs in Android was originally published in Xataka Android by Cosmos .
May 21, 2020
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