What better way can it be to control your phone rather than sitting comfortably on your couch and just utter towards it? With physical buttons on a phone being considered obsolete for a long time now, a similar thing can happen as well for the touchscreen function.
In the near future, verbally asking your gadgets what to do for you has to become the new standard. Google is one of the companies that is actively making certain steps in that direction. The Google Assistant is the way the tech giant from Mountain View wants you to become your phone’s best friend. The function can do pretty much anything the user verbally asks for: set alarms, make calls, browse the web, set reminders, make certain settings, and so on. However, things are getting even more exciting.
Voice Match becomes more accurate
Google is starting to gradually roll out the improvement for its Assistant app. This means that the user will have much more work for training its virtual assistant than before. There’s no telling how much this will be expanded, but surely the user will have to say a lot more than just ‘Ok Google’.
If you’re not using already Google’s Assistant app, then you might consider doing so. And maybe these words from Google itself will convince you:
Your Google Assistant is ready to help when and where you need it. Manage your schedule , get help with everyday tasks, control smart home devices, enjoy your entertainment, and much more.
Just start with: “Hey Google”
Listening to music and doing other household activities are also aspects that Google Assistant can help you with:
Find music based on a genre, play your favorite songs, playlists, podcasts, and music videos, or find the perfect tunes for activities like cooking, studying, or working out. You can also skip songs and adjust the volume.
Google Assistant looks good, and it will get even better. Maybe we’ll find out more if we ask the app itself.