Morgan Freeman Is Finally a GPS Navigation Voice




Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman’s alleviating and profound voice is the most recent expansion to Google’s navigation app Waze, so you can now have the voice of “God” – the character he depicted in Bruce Almighty – exploring your daily commute.

The group fueled navigation app has already tapped acclaimed voices, for example, Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator and The Late Show host Stephen Colbert.

Its most recent voice highlight is an advertising attach into Freeman’s upcoming action-packed film London has Fallen, the continuation of Olympus has Fallen.

In the movie, which turns out March 4, Freeman plays the VP Trumbull and his voice in the Waze app addresses you, the driver, as though you are the president with lines such as “The time has arrived, President Wazer. The world awaits your commands” and “You’ve arrived. It’s been my honor and obligation to see you through this mission”. What an extravagant approach to guide you through the substantial activity in the Big Durian, isn’t that so?

To have a standout amongst the most asked for voices ever guide you through the boulevards, you initially need to download the application for nothing at, then go to Settings > Sound > Voice Language > Morgan Freeman.

This element is lamentably just accessible in the US and temporarily. The organization has not yet showed to what extent the voice choice will be accessible, yet the majority of the past advancements kept going just around three weeks.