No one expected this, but we all appreciate it. Roger Federer can now be part of your daily commute. Thanks to the latest version of Waze, Google’s navigation service brings you all the energy of one of the best tennis players in history on the speakerphone of your cell phone or car. Not only will you be able to make sure you arrive safely at your destination, but you will do so with the motivation you need to start your day at the office.
“Time to go, I already feel the adrenaline,” says the voice of Roger Federer in one of the many recordings he has made for Waze. Thanks to the tennis polyglot skills you will be able to hear his voice in three different languages: French, English and German.. Unfortunately it’s not in Spanish and we don’t know if Google plans to add it. Since this is an anecdotal feature, most likely not.
However, this is one of the short-term goals that Waze has set for itself. According to the team, very soon we will be able to see the arrival of other celebrities on the platform. Maybe we should wait for Rafael Nadal in the Spanish version of the application to even out the balance?
As Google adds new celebrity voices to Waze, Amazon does the exact opposite. Previously, you could use Alexa with the voices of Melissa McCarthy, Samuel L. Jackson, and Shaquille O’Neal for $5. However, earlier this week they announced that the feature would be removed from the platform.
How to activate the voice of Roger Federer in Waze
Although it is not available in Spanish, you can use it if you like it and know how to speak one of the languages mentioned above. If you are curious and want to entrust your daily travels to Roger Federer, so you can activate it from any of your devices using Waze.
- Open the Waze app on your mobile phone.
- Find the settings section.
- From here go to the menu sound and voice.
- Now in variant dense voicechoose Roger Federer.
Ready. From now on, you will be led by one of the best tennis players of all time.. The funny thing is that it has not only classic instructions, but also its own unique phrases that will appear under certain circumstances. For example, if you go out of line, you might hear Roger Federer tell you, “Turn around. Even champions can screw up.”
Source: Hiper Textual
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