I am still new to using OK Google and genrally only using it to pause
and resume playing of music. At the moment I am selecting the album I
want from within the app by touch with Talkback and then simply locking
the screen and sticking the Swift in my pocket. I then listen through
earpones. If I need to pause or hit next track I think I can then
press the power button briefly to show the main player control button on
the locked screen. I am still esperimenting with media control through
the lock screen. I am enjoying using the iPlayer Radio app through the
lock screen to play live radio. The volume and sound quality exceeds
what I can get through my stream so the Swift is already starting to
replace the Victror Reader Stream in some respects.
The main disappointment is that on first look the Talksport app whilst perfectly accessible for playing talksport and Talksport 2 even with the screen locked will not allow control buttons on the locked screen itself at the moment. There is simply a button to open the app. I suspect this is because they want to expose sighted people to more adverts.
Anyway I will post more thoughts on using Music and Radio on the Swift as I get more proficient.
On 13/10/2016 12:39, AKH AKH wrote:
Gonemad is new to me - do you, personally, tend to control it by voice
or by touch.