10 Fun and Useful Things You Can Do With Google Assistant

Google Assistant is a voice-activated AI that can answer questions, perform tasks and control smart home devices.  It is built into Google’s mobile apps and devices, including Android smartphones and tablets, Chromecast, Google Home, Wear OS by Google and others.

When you first start using Google Assistant, you are greeted with a few questions about what you would like to do with the service and how often you would like it to remind you about upcoming events.

You will also see an overview of what is happening in your day so far, including reminders for upcoming meetings or events that are due within 24 hours of them happening. The information will show up in your “Up Next” list — which shows items scheduled after today’s date — but it won’t interfere with any other reminders that may already be scheduled for today’s date.

Uses Of Google Assistant

Google Assistant is a powerful tool, but it is not just for answering your questions or setting reminders. There are plenty of other uses for it, from making calls to sending messages. Here are 10 fun and useful things you can do with Google Assistant:

1. Ask your Google Assistant to sing

It is hard to imagine a better way to wake up in the morning than having the Google Assistant sing your favorite song for you. You can tell it to start on any song from your music library or even ask it to randomly pick one from its database of thousands of songs. It will even repeat the same song if you want it too!

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2. Search the web

You can use Google Assistant to search the web, just as you would on your phone. Just say; “OK Google” followed by whatever you’re looking for like “OK Google, “who won the Super Bowl this year?”

3. Sync your calendar with your phone

Google Calendar is great for keeping track of appointments and events but it is usually not very easy to get all those events into one place. With Google Calendar Sync and Google Assistant, you can let all your schedules be synced across devices so that they are always accessible wherever you are. Just say “OK Google, sync my calendar.”

4. Manage your music list

If you are a Spotify user looking for a way to manage your playlist on multiple devices or if you just want to add some new songs without having to jump between apps, then this is perfect! Just say “OK Google,” add the song name or artist name, and then choose which device

5. Ask for directions

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If you’re driving somewhere and need directions, asking Google assistant will be much easier than trying to figure out what streets or intersections you’re supposed to take next or how long it takes to get there from where you are now (which would probably involve some guessing).

All you have to do is tap on the microphone icon on your screen and say “OK Google” followed by “take me home”. It should give you an accurate estimate of how long it will take before showing

6. Make a call

Google Assistant can make phone calls on your behalf, and there are plenty of ways to do it (including via text message).

7. Set reminders

You can set reminders when you have time to complete a task and when you don’t, so if you’re planning on doing something tomorrow or next week, set a reminder. You can also add notes to remind yourself if you need more details later.

8. Take photos

If you want to take a selfie with your friends or family, say “take my photo” and then follow up with where they should stand and what expression they should have on their face so that Google Assistant can take their photo automatically when

9. Read news stories

If you have a news subscription, you can read articles directly through Google Assistant using a simple command like “Ok Google, read the news” or “Ok Google, read an article on The Guardian

10. Find information about places

You can ask Google Assistant to find information about places like restaurants, shops or your favourite restaurant in a few steps.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How Does Google Assistant work?

Google Assistant will respond with a summary of your events for the day, including appointments, shopping lists, reminders and more. You can also ask for information about specific events in your calendar such as “Hey Google, what happened at 5 p.m. on Wednesday?” or “Hey Google, what was I doing at 10 a.m.?”

Q2. How Can I Use Google Assistant On My Android Phone?

Google Assistant can be accessed by pressing the home button on your phone and saying “OK Google” or “Hey Google.” You can also say “Hey, Google” if you are in a meeting or another setting where it might not be appropriate to use the microphone.

As with most voice assistants, you don’t need to download an app to try out Google Assistant. Just say “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” to activate it.

Key Point:

The best part about using Google Assistant on your phone is that it knows what you say and does not have to be trained by you every time you say a command. This means that once it understands how to respond when asked by a particular person, it works just as well for everyone else who uses it.

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