Google Assistant Voice program is a virtual personal assistant developed by Google and announced at its developer conference in May 2016, launched it on Google Pixel and Pixel XL phone, brought it to Google Home, and then Android Wear 2.0 before starting the rollout to other phones running Android 7.0 Nougat.
It can perform many interesting actions like searching the web, scheduling events and alarms, or surfing information from your Google account.
So, here is a list of useful Google voice commands on Assistant
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Here is the list
- Set your daily alarm
Google Assistant can wake you up at any time you prefer. Just launch your assistant and tell “Wake me up at 9 a.m.,” your alarm will be set automatically
Ask your Google Assistant to make any call you desire, just open it and say “call (the person’s name),” example: “call mom,” and your preferred number will be automatically dialed.
- Send Messages
Whenever you feel too lazy to type a lengthy text message, just use your Google Assistant to get it done for you. Say “Send a text message to (the person’s name).” From there, you can dictate the entire text message that you want to deliver.
Check your emails
You can ask the Google Assistant regarding any emails that you might have missed. Simply launch it and ask,” Did I miss any emails from yesterday?” and with its great power to draw information from other Google apps and services, the assistant will pull up emails that remain unopened.
- Start a conversation
All alone, feeling bored, and a desire to talk to someone? Google Assistant is here for you.
- Translate languages
Are you in a different country and you are not familiar with the country’s native language? With your Google Assistant you can get your tongue translated to any other language you prefer, just say, “How do you say ‘(your word)’ in Spanish,” example: “How do you say ‘Hello’ in Spanish.” The assistant will speak the translated phrase for you.
- Turn ON Bluetooth
Ask your assistant to turn on Bluetooth by saying “OK Google, turn on Bluetooth.”
- Sing you a Happy Birthday Song
Ok, so it your birthday and you want Google to sing you a happy birthday. Just tap and say “OK Google, Sing Happy Birthday”