Most Amazing Google Assistant Commands You Probably Didn’t Know
?Did you know that Google Assistant Remembers your Wi-Fi Password, Sends a Text to a Friend, Takes a Selfie or even Finds your Lost Phone?
Amazing Google Assistant Commands
Well, I’m sure you’ve used your Google Assistant a couple of times on your Smartphone or on Google Home devices. Since we didn’t know much of its amazing Google Assistant Commands so we don’t spend too much time on it or even consider it worth using.
Here, I’ll be talking about some useful, fun and amazing Google assistant commands you probably didn’t know by this time.
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Useful Google Assistant Commands
Here are some new and useful Google Assistant Commands you can try right now.
- Start your day right with, Hey Google, Good Morning, for an overview of your schedule, a summary of the weather for your current area and a rundown of any reminders.
- Need to know the name of a song? Use Ok Google, identify this song to find out the song title and artist and to store the list chronologically so you can create a playlist later.
- Sort your weekly shop by asking Assistant, Ok Google, add honey, eggs and orange juice to my shopping list.
- Need to capture the moment? Ok Google, take a selfie will open the camera app and start a 3-second countdown without you having to press a button.
- Let the Assistant sort all your unit and currency conversions — litres to gallons, pounds to dollars and metres to feet – without hurting your brain.
- Send a text without lifting a finger by telling Google Assistant text followed by your contact’s name. Dictate your message and finish with send it.
- Google Assistant can help you remember random facts such as Remember that the WiFi password is 12345 or, Remember I left the car in carpark section B.
- For when you’ve misplaced your phone, ask any other Assistant-enabled device on which your account is connected to find my phone. Your phone will ring loudly, no matter where it might be.
- Ask Where am I? for a map of your exact location.
- Avoid traffic jams by asking Assistant what the traffic is like on the way to work or how long it’ll take to get to any specific business name or address.
- Catch up on the day’s goings-on by asking Assistant to listen to the news. You can configure exactly what types of news and what sources are included by tapping the profile icon in the Google Home app’s lower-right corner and selecting “Settings” followed by “Services” and “News.”
Other Amazing Google Assistant Uses
Using Google Assistant with Google Maps
- The Assistant can help you navigate in Google Maps for Android and iOS. With just your voice, you’ll be able to share your ETA with friends and family, reply to text messages, play music and podcasts, search for places along your route, or add a new stop.
- When you’re driving, the Assistant automatically calculates your ETA from Google Maps if you want to send your arrival time to friends. Say Hey Google, take me home to open Google Maps and start your journey.
Using Google Assistant with Other Applications
- Your Assistant can auto-punctuate your message so you don’t have to and read back and reply to all your messaging notifications.
- The Assistant also works with your favourite messaging services from the following providers: SMS, WhatsApp, Messenger, Hangouts and more, so you never have to worry about fumbling through different apps.
Using Google Assistant with Locked Screen
After opting-in through your settings, the Assistant can respond to you even when your Android phone is locked. So you can ask Google Assistant to show restaurants nearby, set up and dismiss alarms, schedule reminders and timers etc without unlocking your phone.
You can also opt in to see answers to personal queries, i.e. traffic updates to work, calendar updates and more.
Using Google Assistant as Translator or Interpreter
Speaking a different language no longer has to be a barrier to having a good conversation.
With Interpreter Mode on Google Home devices and Smart Displays, you can ask the Google Assistant to help you conduct a conversation in dozens of languages. Just say Hey Google, be my French interpreter to start Interpreter Mode and get real-time spoken and (on Smart Displays) written translation to aid the conversation.
It can also help you check in at a foreign hotel or help you understand the bus schedule when you’re travelling internationally or don’t speak the local language well.
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