The Google Assistant is a lot of convenience. It supports many different devices, not only smartphones, but also smart home components. In fact, however, few people realize how big its possibilities are. Here are some Google Assistant tricks you probably don't know. It's a pity, because they make everyday life easier.
The Google Assistant has the built-in ability to speak to him in his native language, not necessarily in English. Just run it and ask to change the language settings. Choose the one that interests you.
The Google Assistant can read pages aloud when you're busy with work or other responsibilities. To do this, open the website you want to read and open the Google Assistant. Then tell him, "Read the page aloud." After just a few seconds, it will start reading the entire page, starting with the headline.
Routine Google commands:
There are many routine commands in the Google Assistant, simply called Commands. These are functions like "I'm awake", where the Assistant reads the news, gives the weather forecast, etc. Additionally, you can adjust the Google Assistant to your routine and habits. All you need to do is set the appropriate prompt, and then it will track what you are doing on your phone while it is active. Start by launching the Google Assistant. Then tap on your profile picture to access the settings menu. There, find the Procedures option and select New.
Delete voice data:
Google collects data about its customers. This also applies to the Assistant, which in this way is to become even better suited to the users. However, if you are concerned about the protection of your privacy, you have the option to delete this data. Go to your profile and select your data in the Assistant. Then go to Audio Recordings and Activity Management. By clicking Filter by Date and Product and Apply, you prevent the collection of information about yourself.
The Google Assistant has a built-in music identification feature, which is very convenient if you like to broaden your horizons. Start by opening up the Google Assistant and asking it to identify the song. Point the smartphone's microphone towards the music. The assistant will tell you the name of the song.