Made by iPhone developer chpwn, this workaround expands Voice Control and lets you create custom voice commands for your iOS device. VoiceActivator sits in Settings, where you access a list of assigned keywords that you speak aloud to your phone, and their corresponding actions. Say “hello,” and your phone can speak back with a custom message. Tell your phone “Google,” and it can zip to your browser and load Google’s homepage. You can assign words to trigger certain iOS actions too, like taking a screenshot of your current screen.