In our apps, we use Google voice recognition service, and unfortunately sometimes it does not work perfectly. We are sorry, but there is nothing we can do about it. However, Google is improving it day by day and we hope it will work much better for you soon. Hope for your understanding.
For Google voice recognition service to work, you also need to give microphone permission to the Speech Recognition and Synthesis from Google app (if you have Android 13 and above) or the Google app (on other versions of Android).
To see the list of apps installed on the device, go to Settings → Apps.
You can dictate punctuation marks. As far as we know, there are several common voice commands for punctuation:
This depends on the implementation of the recognition service and may work differently on different devices. You can experiment with other commands. They may work on your device.
To move the cursor to a new line, say “New line” or “New paragraph”. Sometimes this only works for the phrases “Period new line” and “Period new paragraph”.
To use voice recognition offline, install voice packages.
For Android 13 and above: Settings → System → Languages & input → click on the gear icon → Add a language.
For Android 12 and below: Settings → Apps → Default apps → Digital assistant app → click on the gear icon → Offline speech recognition.
The location of the settings may differ depending on the Android version.
If you do not find the voice package you need, it is most likely not currently supported by Google voice recognition service.
The entire set of languages is taken from Google voice recognition service. If, when choosing a recognition language, you did not find the one you need, most likely, it is not currently supported by the service.