Google has freshly added support for Hindi commands on Assistant, bringing much joy to Hindi speakers around the world. The feature has taken surprisingly long for Google to implement, but we’re glad it’s finally here.
The Pixel Buds, while being excellent in their own right, do have some issues. However, it seems like Google is on its way to fix them if code found within the beta version of the Google app is anything to go by.
Before MWC 2018 started, Google revealed that it plans to take the tally of supported languages in Assistant to 30 by the end of this year. Now, at the show floor, the company announced that it has added support for seven new languages to virtual assistant immediately. This includes Hindi, Thai, Indonesian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, and Dutch.
Google today announced a bunch of updates for Google Assistant which will make the assistant smarter and more useful. Firstly, Google has started rolling out Routines to Assistant users. Initially announced last year, Routines will allow users to chain multiple actions into one voice command.
You can now trigger Google Assistant on your Android device by saying “Hey Google”. This alternative hotword to trigger Google Assitant was already available for Google Home users, with Google rolling it out to a small batch of Android users in October.
After initially debuting Google Assistant with the first generation Pixels in 2016, Google brought its digital assistant to more Marshmallow and higher running smartphones within a few months. Now, Google is further expanding Assistant’s reach by bringing it to smartphones and even Android tablets.
Google today announced a bunch of developer focused improvements to Google Assistant in a bid to make its assistant more useful and engaging for end users. The update expands Assistant’s availability to more third-party apps and international languages.
Google today announced that it is expanding the capabilities of Google Assistant by adding support for over 50 new games and activities for families and kids. The company had first given a sneak peek into these features at its Made by Google event on October 4.
Google Home Max Features High-Excursion Woofers, Smart Sound for Great Sound Quality; Available in December for $399
In addition to the Google Home Mini, Google also unveiled the Google Home Max. Google is hoping to reimagine the sound with the Google Home Max. The speaker features dual 4.5-inch high-excursion woofers and custom 0.7-inch tweeters which allows it to output sound 20 times louder than the Google Home.
Kicking of IFA in Berlin, Germany, Google has announced that it is bringing Google Assistant to a bunch of speakers and home appliances from OEMs like LG, Panasonic, Anker, and more.