Voice commands in Android?

I know that for Android there is the Google speech Recognizer. But I want something else. You do not need to recognize it. You just need to write one or two words, and then to be able to recognize them and perform some action. Similar voice commands are available in meteoroloski phones. At least in the old definition, it could be done and it worked very well for a weak number.

Actually, the question is: is there something similar for Android? If not, where would I find something to read on this topic (a comparison of short sound fragments) — at least the General principles?
October 10th 19 at 15:31
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October 10th 19 at 15:33
This is not what you need. When invited to speak pre-defined phrase, and names of contacts. And I need a random word. For example, if I want to call my wife, instead of "Martha Guglofonov home" I want to tie this number just the word "home." And the phone don't necessarily know how to spell that word — just repeat the command a couple of times to create a sample and bind to it. In the old Motorola, this feature was, now, for some reason, no one does. - Aric commented on October 10th 19 at 15:36
October 10th 19 at 15:35
Well, actually in the Motorola of Android it is :)
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