Washington: With a new app called Commandr, users can have their personalize d voice commands on Google Now.
Users can now toggle Wi-Fi on or off, pause music, or ask phone to read text messages out loud, all by speaking a few simple voice commands, CNET reported.
Commandr plugs into Google Now`s voice assistant to let users control their phone by speaking to it.
The app was introduced last month, but was a bit limited at the get-go.
The app required users to say "note to self" first, then the command they wanted. Just a few weeks after launching, an update changed that, and now one can simply state their desired command, such as `GPS On` or `Raise volume`, the report added.