As part of Google's efforts to improve accessibility to their products, the company has launched a beta test of its Voice Access app for Android. It has been designed to allow owners of smartphones with disabilities to control them with their voice.

Voice Access

Google says:

We recently launched Voice Access Beta, an app that allows people who have difficulty manipulating a touch screen due to paralysis, tremor, temporary injury or other reasons to control their Android devices by voice. For example, you can say "open Chrome" or "go home" to navigate around the phone, or interact with the screen by saying "click next" or "scroll down.

If you want to get started with the Voice Access beta, you can do so at the link below:

Download the Voice Access Beta for Android