Google has announced the expansion of Google Assistant to more Android smartphones starting this week. After a certain period of exclusivity to the Google Pixel smartphones, Google is planning to roll out to smartphones running Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Continue reading “Google Assistant coming to all Marshmallow and Nougat devices starting this week”
Google Maps for Android have received an update which brings voice command support. You can now get directions to their destination by simply saying “Ok Google” followed by a voice command. This saves you from the task of actually tap or even look at the screen.
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Google has removed the ‘OK Google’ voice command feature from Chrome browser for desktop. The latest move comes from Google after releasing a stable version of Chrome 46.
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Google app will soon allow you to give the “Ok Google” voice command even when you are offline. As per a new code for the app users will be able to use the voice command without an active data connection.
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Back in October last year, Google started asking third-party Android app developers to integrate the ‘Ok, Google’ voice command action for their in-app searches. Now, on Thursday the Search giant announced that the feature has been made available to its “first set of partners”. Continue reading “‘Ok, Google’ custom voice actions rolling out for third-party apps”
Google already lets you do lots of day to day tasks with simple “OK Google” voice command. Today, the company has teamed up with third party apps including Shazam in order to launch them directly from Search app.
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