How To Use Google’s 6 Voice Assistant On Android iOS Smartphone | Best Way To Add More Voice Command
HOW TO USE GOOGLE’S 6 NEW ASSISTANT VOICE NOW
IF YOU USE GOOGLE ASSISTANT A LOT AND HAVE TRIED OF THE DEFAULT VOICE THAT RESPONDS TO YOUR COMMANDS.
YOU NOW HAVE SIX MORE TO CHOOSE FROM THE NEW ONES, WHICH BENEFIT FROM THE AI-POWERED WAVELET VOICE ENGINE FOR MORE NATURAL-SOUNDING SPEECH, ARE AVAILABLE IN ASSISTANT’S OPTIONS- BRINGING THE TOTAL TO 8.
TO TRY THEM, SIMPLY LAUNCH ASSISTANT ON YOUR IOS OR ANDROID PHONES, THEN GO TO SETTINGS (YOU MIGHT NEED TAP THE BLUE BUTTON TO THE TOP RIGHT OF YOUR SCREEN, AND THE ONE WITH THREE DOTS). NEXT, OPEN PREFERENCES, AND THEN ON VOICE ASSISTANTS.
YOU CAN NOW HEAR ALL-NEW VOICES, AND SET DEFAULT FROM THESE ASSISTANTS.
These updates were around a dozen big Google Assistant announcements made at Google.
Around 250 conversation actions or voice apps have been created by developers since the launch of the Actions on Google Platform six months ago.
Try a few and you’ll see Google Assistant behavior seeking consistency is a crapshoot. Chances are you’ll either meet a voice app with a wealth of experience and a deep information corpus, or you’ll run into a simple, half-baked action that offers an unbeatable experience.
Fortunately, VentureBeat has been keeping a close eye on the emerging ecosystem of voice-powered applications being created for Assistant and we know what your time is worth.
The new outstanding actions available for Assistant include the eBay operation, which will help you determine a price range for practically everything. And this activity, like the eBay ShopBot that uses Google’s AI technology, will increase in value once it can view photos of things you want to sell.
Share the truth tests the assertions and questions against hundreds of fact checks that nine news organizations, including Fact-Check.org, PolitiFact, and The Washington Post have performed. The activity was produced in Durham, North Carolina, by the Duke Reporters Lab at Duke University.
Additionally, if you want to check the very latest changes, Google has made some of its own for I/O, the annual conference for developers. Google’s I/O 17 action provides a decent amount of knowledge about the conference and its many sessions. The action was omitted from the listing in the Google Home app, the first app to display Google Assistant.
As I tried the I/O Photo Booth action my eyes nearly rolled. Also from Google, the only intention of this action is to trick you into believing that the assistant would take a picture of you.
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