Google Maps is one of the best resources out there, and now it’s getting even better.
When you use voice-to-text to compose a message, you’ve probably (hopefully?) run into the need to voice your commas, periods, and other important punctuation points.
Google has been predicting flight delays for a little while now, informing users of Google Flights of any change of plans.
If you want to change up the way the Google Assistant sounds on a daily basis, Google has a couple of important additions to show off.
Earlier this year, Google announced that it was working on multilingual support for Google Assistant, so those who speak more than one language wouldn’t necessarily have to require just one to direct the digital personal assistant.
Slowly but steadily, Google has been integrating its own products and services with Assistant. After recently adding Google account support to Duo — its video calling service, Google has now added Duo integration to Assistant.
Announced first at Google I/O earlier this year, Google is now rolling out a new visual overview for Google Assistant. The new UI essentially brings back Google Now cards with an updated UI and machine learning advantages thrown in.
It has been over a month since Google unveiled brand new features for the Google Home and Google Assistant, all in the effort of making conversations with the digital personal assistant easier and more fluent.
Google today announced some major improvements to Google Assistant fixing some of its major pain points. Besides adding support for six new voices, Google Assistant will soon come with Continued Conversations and Multiple Actions.
There’s little reason for someone to replace Google Assistant as the default assistant on their Android smartphone given just how good the assistant is. However, if you prefer Alexa over Assitant for some reason, here’s a good news for you. You can set Alexa as the default assistant on your Android device running Oreo.