Apple offers an accessibility feature called Voice Control. This feature is available to all iOS users.
With this feature, you can navigate on your iPhone or iPad using only your voice to help make your digital devices more accessible. Dashlane supports this initiative and developed this feature in our app.
Apple's presentation of the feature
Set up Voice Control on iOS
You can turn on Voice Control from the settings of your iOS device.
Go to your device's Settings menu, select Accessibility, and then turn on Voice Control.
In the Continuous overlay section, you can choose to show "Item Numbers" or "Item Names" so you don't have to ask to display the Voice Control interface. If you select "None," you need to ask your device to "Show numbers" or "Show names" each time you want to use the feature. Dashlane supports using either numbers or names.
Using Voice Control with Dashlane
After you've set up Voice Control, you can use Dashlane simply by speaking the required commands. We invite you to consult Apple's instructions for using the feature.
After you've turned on Voice Control, you see short messages flash at the top of each screen to help you use the proper commands. You're reminded to say the number you want the device to press. For example, on the Home screen, if you say "two," the device enters the search bar. If you say "ten," the device opens one of the logins in the list.