With iOS 13, Apple introduced a new accessibility feature called Voice Control.
This feature is designed to help iOS users navigate on their iPhone or iPad only using their voice, so help make digital devices more accessible to everyone. Dashlane supports this initiative, and developed this feature in Dashlane so that even more users can use the app to make their online lives easier and more secure.
Apple's presentation of the feature can be found here.
This feature is available to all iOS 13 users.
How to set up Voice Control on iOS 13
Voice Control must be enabled from the settings of your iOS device.
Go to your device's Settings menu and select Accessibility. Finally, enable Voice Control.
Further down on the same screen, under "Continuous overlay", you can choose to always show "Item Numbers" or "Item Names" to keep from having to ask to display the Voice Control interface. If you select "None", you will have to ask your device to "show numbers" or "show names" each time you wish to use the feature. Dashlane supports using either numbers or names.
How to use Voice Control with Dashlane
Once you have set up Voice Control, you will be able to use Dashlane simply by speaking the required commands. We invite you to consult Apple's instructions about how to use the feature.
But note that once you have enabled Voice Control, you will see small messages flash at the top of each screen to help you use the right commands. Here, it is reminding you to simply say the number you want the device to press. If at this point you say "three," the device will enter the search field. If you say "ten," it will open the booking.com credential.