Waze navigation lets you follow the sound of your own voice

Waze navigation lets you follow the sound of your own voice

Waze navigation lets you follow the sound of your own voice

But if you just like the sound of your own voice, we're not going to judge you. First, you'll have to record around 39 generic phrases, such as "Turn Left", or "Stop", but once you're done, you are free to customize as you see fit.

After updating the Waze app, users can use the voice recorder feature to record their own voice as they speak various instructions. From here, you can record voiceovers for general navigation prompts.

Those who are friends with Morgan Freeman will have the best possible voice that one can use in Waze, but any talented actor or singer will do if you can convince him or her to record them on your phone. You will not hear the street names spoken loudly while you're using the feature. To enable this, you need to go to Settings Sound & voice Voice Commands, after which you find an option to record custom voice for navigation.

You won't get localized voice navigation with this feature, but it should still be useful to some people. However, navigated by your own voice could make you happier if you are searching for some omnipotence somewhere in your life. Or perhaps you could record useless voiceover for the navigation cues. You can update your app through its Google Play page. The voice instruction, as with any Global Positioning System app, tells the user when to turn and similar.

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