Earlier this year Waze made Cookie Monster one of its navigation voices. It was fun, but it was also a limited engagement, which means if you had Cookie directing you around he eventually disappeared and was replaced with the default Waze voice instead.
To celebrate Cookie Monster’s birthday (which is apparently November 2), Waze is bringing the voice back.
To change the voice in your app launch Waze and then tap the magnifying glass icon at the bottom left side of the page. From there, tap the Settings button at the top left and then select “Voice & sound” from the menu.
That will bring you to the Voice menu. Tap “Waze Voice” to see all your options. Cookie is close to the top, but you can also options in other languages or one of Waze’s other English options.
It’s definitely a fun voice to take out for a spin and can add a little fun to what might otherwise be a boring commute.
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