The text input and voice features introduce how you can convert speech to text and back to speech, and provide customized keyboards and voice control.
You can use the following text input and voice features in your .NET applications:
You can create an IME (Input Method Editor) application that provides a customized keyboard for the user. You can show and hide the keyboard as needed, and offer a keyboard option menu to allow the user to manage the keyboard settings.
You can recognize sound data recorded by the user and send the result as text. The result text can, for example, be displayed on the screen.
You can synthesize text into sound data as utterances and play it. You can also control the playback by pausing, resuming, and stopping it, as needed.
You can allow the user to control the device through voice commands. You can register voice commands, which trigger a callback when the user speaks them.