To ask a question to a Google speaker, you will no longer have to say Hey Google, just these simple words will do the job

To ask a question to a Google speaker, you will no longer have to say Hey Google, just these simple words will do the job

Google Assistant’s latest APK insights suggests that the tech giant may launch a ‘quick phrase’ that will offer new capabilities. Know about its details…

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Google is working on a feature for its digital voice assistant, after its arrival, users will not need to say ‘Hey Google’. This means that the user will no longer have to say ‘Hey Google’ before giving voice commands to Google Assistant for specific tasks.

According to a report by 9to5Google, the latest APK insights for Google Assistant suggests that the tech giant may launch ‘Quick Phrases’ that will offer new capabilities. Now it comes to which orders will be included under ‘Quick Phrases’? Codenamed ‘Salsa’ in the app apk, users will be able to add these special functions as per their choice. These phrases will be categorized into ‘recommended’, ‘alarm’, ‘connected’, ‘normal detail’, ‘lights’, ‘media control’, ‘timer’ and ‘to-dos’.

Now you can give these commands to Google Speaker

A screenshot shared by 9to5Google shows a list of orders that will no longer require the use of hotword set alarm:

  • To set an alarm: “Set an alarm for 7 am”
  • To cancel an alarm: “Cancel the alarm”
  • To see the alarm: “What time is my alarm set for?”
  • To send a broadcast: “Send a broadcast”
  • To answer calls: “Answer” & “Decline”
  • To ask about time: “What time is it?”
  • To ask about the weather: “What’s the weather?”
  • To turn the lights on and off: “Turn the lights on”
  • To turn the lights up and down: “Increase the brightness”
  • To control volume: “Turn up the volume”
  • To pause and start music: “Pause the music”
  • To skip tracks: “Skip this song”
  • To set a timer: “Set a timer for 2 minutes”
  • To cancel the timer: “Cancel the timer”
  • To stop and start the timer: “Pause the timer”
  • To reset the timer: “Reset the timer”
  • To see the timer: “How much time is left?”
  • For reminders: “Create a reminder”
  • Family Notes: “Create a family note”

In such a situation, the question arises that which devices will support this capacity? A report by 9to5Google states that smartphones as well as smart speakers and smart displays could become hotword-free with the new capabilities. However, there is no deadline as to when this feature will be available.

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