Android Voice Alerts Features
Here are some of the specific features that come with this app.
Time changes: it can be configured to "speak" the current time in 15,30 and 60 minutes intervals.
Battery alerts: You can configure Voice Alerts to let you know the battery status of your Android. For example, if it has 5% power left you can get an alert. Also if the battery is in the process of being charged or when completely charged, you can get an alert.
Memory alerts: You can get a voice alert to inform you that the memory level is too low.
Message on Boot: You can get an alert when an app is being loaded and complete, or when it is removed.
Network availability: You can get an alert when when the connection to the network is interrupted and re-established.
Wifi connections: It can alert you when your phone connects to a Wi-Fi network.
Twitter integration, You will also know if you have Twitter messages from followers. You also need to have Twidroid, which comes in both free and full versions installed on your phone.
Night Mode: You can deactivate Voice Alerts at night or specify a time-range for Voice Alerts to be activated or non responsive.
Shake to Stop: If you don't want to hear an alert, just configure it to stop by shaking your phone.
Bluetooth response: If you have a Bluetooth headset you can configure Voice Alerts to be activated or deactivated when your mobile device is attached or not attached to a Bluetooth Headset. If you are driving this feature is useful.