Customize the behavior for your Google calendar event reminder notifications.
Enable to have your Google calendar event reminder notifications read to you.
Enable to have the event's location read, if it exists.
Specify how long the app should wait before reading out a calendar event after an event has been triggered.
Have notifications read out only when a headset is connected to your device.
Here you can change the text that is read out when Google calendar event reminders are triggered.
With this option, you can map abbreviated or mispronounced words to their unabbreviated forms.
For instance, you can map LOL to "Ha ha ha" or "laughing out loud".
This is the place where you can add, remove and edit your mapped words.
With this option, you can have certain characters removed from the messages. This is useful when the TTS voice engine pronounces things like "forward slash", etc.
Enable this option to have URLs, e.g. http://www.enhancedsmscallerid.com, detected and removed from messages.
When this option is enabled, the application will ensure that events are announced only when they belong to calendars that are not blacklisted.
Here you can select the specific calendars you wish to blacklist or even blacklist events based on specific words in the event.
Enable this option to turn on the shake to mute functionality for calendar notifications.
Adjust the sensitivity of the shake to stop reading calendar event reminder notifications. Lower numbers are more sensitive than higher ones.
Enable this option to have the screen turned on while announcing messages.
On some devices, like the Samsung Galaxy Note, if the screen is not on, the motion sensor will not activate.
Select whether or not you want to wave, twice, to your device while it is announcing messages when the device is docked or charging. This is useful in those situations where grabbing the device is not possible (e.g. when you are driving!).
Select this option to disable voice notification by placing your phone in the facedown (screen down) position.