Android 12L: A New Frontier for Larger Screens
With the release of Android 12L, Google has reaffirmed its commitment to enhancing the user experience on larger screen devices. This update brings promising changes not just to tablet users, but also to those using foldable devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Flex.
Speech Central: A Favorite Among Tablet and Foldable Users
Speech Central has long been a popular choice for text-to-speech among tablet and foldable device users. Data shows that the app’s average rating is significantly higher on these types of devices. Google’s recent endeavors open up more avenues for improving the Speech Central experience.
The Next Level: Customizing User Experience for Tablets and Foldables
The team behind Speech Central has embarked on a new initiative to provide an unparalleled experience for tablet and foldable device users. Many elements of the app will be specially adapted to suit the needs and expectations of this user segment.
Revamping the Player Screen: First in Line for Upgrades
As a first step in this initiative, the player screen of the app has undergone a comprehensive redesign. This brings multiple benefits to those using Android tablets or foldable devices:
- Expanded Toolbar: The toolbar now features additional commands, including new dedicated buttons that allow you to seek 30 seconds back or 60 seconds forward.
- Streamlined Interface: Slider controls and buttons have been aligned in a single row, offering a cleaner look and maximizing screen space.
- Intuitive Button Arrangement: The order of the buttons has been revamped, making the controls more intuitive and user-friendly.
Conclusion: Elevating the Text-to-Speech Experience
With Google’s focus on larger screen devices in Android 12L and Speech Central‘s specialized enhancements, users can look forward to a more enriched and functional text-to-speech experience on their Android tablets and foldables.