Hellogoogle: Google Assistant, your own personal Google default

Google Assistant, your own personal Google default

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Hey Google, find me chicken recipes

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Hey Google, text Mom I’ll be there in 10 minutes

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Hey Google, play my Morning playlist

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Discover what Google Assistant is

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On your phone

On your smart speaker

On your smart display

In your car

On your TV

On your watch

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Google Assistant is built to keep your information private, safe and secure.

When you use Google Assistant, you trust us with your data and it’s our responsibility to protect and respect it. Privacy is personal. That’s why we build simple privacy controls to help you choose what’s right for you. Explore this page to learn more about how Google Assistant works, your built-in privacy controls, answers to common questions, and more.

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Google Assistant works with your favorite mobile apps on all Android phones, with more partners on the way. Try it out for yourself.

Just say, “Hey Google…”

  • Etsy
    “… find candles on Etsy”

  • Nike Run Club
    “… start my run with Nike Run Club”

  • Spotify
    “. .. open Spotify”

  • Postmates
    “… order a smoothie on Postmates”

  • MyFitnessPal
    “… log a berry smoothie on MyFitnessPal”

  • Mint
    “… check my accounts on Mint”

  • Discord
    “… send a message to Rachel on Discord”

  • Walmart
    “… check in to Walmart”

  • Twitter
    “… check news on Twitter”

  • Snap
    “… send a snap with cartoon lens on Snapchat”

Google Assistant is now available on Android and iPhone mobiles

Touch and hold on your Android phone

Your Assistant is ready to help on eligible Android Marshmallow and Nougat phones. *† Just touch and hold the Home button or say “Ok Google”.

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Get help anytime, anywhere

  • Manage tasks

  • Plan your day

  • Enjoy Entertainment

  • Make memories

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Send a text, set reminders, turn on battery saver and instantly look up emails.

Remember that I parked on the first floor of the parking lot in space 345

OK, I’ll remember that

What did I ask you to remember?

Here’s what you asked me to remember recently: Remember that I parked on the first floor of parking lot in space 345

Check your flight status, make a dinner reservation, check what time your film starts and find a coffee stop along your route.

What’s my confirmation number for my flight to Bombay?

The confirmation number for that flight is FR4391

How do I get to Gurgaon using public transport?

Here’s what I found

Play your latest songs, podcasts and control your music from your favorite media provider such as YouTube.

Play my bollywood playlist on YouTube Music

Playing some music

Your Assistant makes it incredibly simple to find your photos – and to take them as well.

Show my pictures of skylines

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Get real-time answers including the latest on weather, traffic, finance or sports. Quickly find translations while you’re travelling.

How do you say “one coffee, please” in Spanish?

Un café, por favor

How many Indian rupees in 3 euros?

Let’s see. 209.95 Indian rupee

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Pixel 7 Pro

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Get help via your headphones

Get help on the go, without touching your phone. Ask your Assistant to play your favourite songs, hear incoming messages and notifications, get directions and much more. Just press and hold the dedicated button, and say what you need. Available now on headphones optimised for the Google Assistant.

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Pixel Buds Pro

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Pixel Buds A-Series

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Quick access to the Google Assistant from the always-on display

Get help from your Google Assistant while charging your Pixel 3. Access routines from the Google Assistant, get answers and find your visual snapshot with just one tap on the always-on display.

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Google adds the ability to launch its Assistant with “Hey Google”

From Google If you installed Google Now on most Android devices, voice search was launched with “Ok Google”. However, now the company is adding another option: you can now say “Hey Google” .

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  • 1 Hello Google: new opportunity, old acquaintance
  • 2 How to add Hey Google to Google Assistant

Hello Google: new opportunity, old acquaintance

Option Hello Google this sounds new and old at the same time. This composition is the same as Apple has been using for many years to launch its digital assistant: Hello Siri . It’s been that way on the iPhone since the introduction of Siri. Keyword has been supported for years.

Likewise, Google has always bet on OK, Google e n their mobile devices, but with the launch of Nuevos Google Home added Hey Google option. So Google was already expecting something that would surely not take long to get to its mobile phones.

So it was. The first tests were held in October last year on some of the devices included in the final list. Now it’s starting to emerge as an option for more people aiming for a full rollout as soon as possible.

How to add Hey Google to Google Assistant

Adding a new keyword to start the wizard is easy. First of all, make sure you have updated Google Assistant to the latest version. After that, you may see a notification about the new option. This way you can be sure that your phone supports the new option.

If not, you will need to try resetting the Assistant’s voice model. To do this, go to Settings then Google select Search and enter section voice . Click on Reconfigure voice model and click Start . If the option is enabled, in addition to “Ok Google”, Assistant will ask you to set up a voice model for “Hey Google”. If the option does not appear this way, you will have to wait until it is activated to be able to use the new keyword.

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Las- user reaction to this new addition they are mixed. Some highlighted consistency across all assistants (Siri, Alexa, Google) as something good and useful for the user, while others liked the difference between Ok and Hey to run the assistant on the desired device. While there are only two options at the moment, it is possible that more keywords will be added to Google Assistant in the future, allowing for a more personalized experience.

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