Another Google application has managed to overcome the barrier of 10,000 million downloads on Google Play. But, this time, it is a much less well-known one.
You probably don’t have the faintest idea what it is or what it’s for. You probably don’t even know if you have this application installed on your mobile or not. However, the ” Google Voice Services ” app has just become part of the select club of applications with more than 10,000 million downloads on Google Play.
Just a few days ago we saw how Google Maps, a much more popular app, managed to reach the figure of 10,000 million downloads. Now, another Google tool, much less known among users, has managed to overcome this same barrier, thus becoming one of the most downloaded apps in the history of the operating system.
Google Voice Services have already been downloaded more than 10 billion times
Previously known as “Google TTS or Google Text-to-Speech”, it is a system tool that is responsible for carrying out text-to-speech in the operating system. It is a function used by third-party apps, very common in accessibility tools.
It is, therefore, an essential part of the Google mobile platform, which plays a key role in certain applications or features of the system itself.
Although, as is logical, a large percentage of the application’s downloads do not come from users who have decided to install the app on their own. Like Google Play Services, this app comes pre-installed on Android devices with Google Mobile Services, so except for terminals from brands such as Huawei or Amazon, or those sold in China, the vast majority of terminals Android include it by default.
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