Google VoiceKeys: Typing Made Even Easier on iOS

Have you ever wondered that you could speak to your phone and it will type whatever you say. I had never thought of it but now i believe in it because of this tweak.

VoiceKeys is a new, free Cydia tweak for your iPhone or iPad that let you dictate text via Google’s speech recognition service, bringing system-wide speech-to-text to iOS. VoiceKeys can be activated via the included Action Menu item which you have to manually configure in the settings.app, or by using your iPhone 4’s proximity sensor which is very simple to use. The really great part is that VoiceKeys isn’t limited to just Google searches, or even just Mobile Safari –VoiceKeys will work anywhere you can input text, throughout the iOS.

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This tweak is available for free in Cydia. No new icons are added to your SpringBoard and settings can be configured in your main Settings.app.

To download this tweak for free:

1. Open Cydia on your jailbroken iphone.

2. Once the data is loaded, go to search and type in “voicekeys”

3. It’s free in the xSellize, IHR and insanelyi repo.

4. Select it and install it.

5. Respring or reboot your device.

6. You are done to use it.

If you know any other tweaks similar to this one or any other tweak which you might think would be useful to iphone users please let us know.

Blogtechnika will not be responsible if your device gets bricked while using Cydia.

P.S. i wrote this whole article using VoiceKeys 😉

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