We all know very well that Google Assistant is one of the most popular attendees, for now especially in the United States, since at the moment we can not enjoy it in many other countries because it has not been altered. But little by little we are getting new details on how we can activate Google Assistant on the mobile, beyond the well-known “OK Google” command.
Google Assistant On Phones Is Getting The ‘Hey Google’ Command
Google Assistant is one of the most popular attendees, for now especially in the United States, since at the moment we can not enjoy it in many other countries because it has not been altered. But little by little we are getting new details on how we can activate Google Assistant on the mobile, beyond the well-known “OK Google” command.
Google Assistant is coming to the most unexpected places, one of them is without a doubt the tech giant Apple’s most exclusive headphones, the AirPods, so you can now activate Google Assistant using an Android phone, something that undoubtedly reveals how much the wizard is opening the way.
Enable Google Assistant with a “Hey Google” command
As you know Google Assistant is the soul of devices like Google Home, the speaker of the Mountain View around which has been growing the wizard, since all its operation is based on this.
Well, it seems that one of the signs of identity of the assistant, as is the way to invoke it, is going to make the leap to the mobiles too, to do the same in them. This means that we will soon have two ways to call the Google assistant on your mobile.
It looks like the way the tech giant Google invoke its Assistant on Google Home will come to mobile as well, and this is none other than “Hey Google”, which will live with the current “OK Google” to use the wizard.
A priori is an even simpler way to open the wizard than the “OK Google” since we use a less syllable and could be faster to use. Although of course, everything will also depend on whether or not we are completely accustomed to call it “OK Google.”
On the other hand, it makes perfect sense that the phrase that invokes Assistant in its most representative device, such as Google Home, also extends to mobile phones, and more if we are using the entire ecosystem of Google, is simple coherence and common sense. We will have to wait until the end of the year so we can install Google Assistant on our mobiles, and to start saying “Hey Google” instead of “Ok Google” command.
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