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AutoVoice's new Chrome extension lets you control your Android device using your computer

There's a new AutoVoice extension for Chrome, which lets you control your connected Android device from any Mac, Linux or Windows PC.

Published onSeptember 17, 2015

João Dias’ AutoVoice application for Android has been around for some time, giving users the ability to create custom voice actions for Google Now. The developer has released yet another great automation app, this time for Google’s Chrome browser on the desktop. With the new AutoVoice Chrome extension, you’ll be able to easily control your Android device from Mac, Linux, Windows PC, or another Android device.

With the Chrome extension installed on your computer, you can basically perform any voice command you’d normally be able to do on your phone, only from your computer. You can take screenshots, send text messages, play music, hang up phone calls and much more. The extension is always listening, so once you choose your desired wakeup phrase, your computer will answer you right away.

You can now control your Android phone from Windows 10 (with a little tinkering)
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There are a ton of possibilities with this application, so be sure to check out the demo video attached above.

You’ll need to download the Android application from Google Play and the Chrome extension from the Chrome Web Store, both of which you can find below. Even though it may be more work than you’d like, AutoVoice is one heck of an application that makes it easy to automate basically every mobile device in your home.

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