Google Tip: Don’t miss these Google Assistant features, they make life simple
Google Assistant can make your life easier with these simple tips.
Google Assistant is the artificial intelligence at your fingertips for Android users. This omniscient assistant can make your daily life quite easy and simple. From displaying news to reminding you to buy groceries, it can help you have a trouble-free day. And all you have to do is just say, “Hey, Google.” You can even personalize this call sign. So if you don’t know what the Google Assistant can do for you, you’re missing out on a lot. Therefore, here we list the top Google Assistant features that will make your life much easier and that too with just a few simple commands.
What the Google Assistant can do for you
Show daily news
You can stay up to date with what’s happening around you, across the country or around the world, even if you don’t have time to read. You can get help from the Google assistant by including a routine in your “Good morning” routine, and when you ask for it, the virtual assistant will automatically start providing you with a summary of the latest events In the world.
This also works even if it’s not saved in any of the app’s processes. Just start the app and say “Listen to the news” or set an automatic start time and a sound with the latest happenings will be played. You can even “pause”, “resume”, skip to “next” and go back to “previous”.
Find navigation routes
The virtual assistant comes with GPS functionality to help you find the best routes to your destination. Simply activate voice commands to navigate and see the fastest and congestion-free routes. Simply save your destination address in your Google Assistant settings by going to Personal info and your preferences.
An alarm function is also available to help you maintain your daily routine. For example, you can trigger your sleep time by saying “Sleeptime” and GA will ask you for the alarm time. It also plays relaxing sounds for sleep and lets you know if the battery needs to be recharged for the next day. You can also say “Set alarm” to ask the assistant to do the same.
Set a reminder
One of the Assistant’s most useful tools is managing contextual reminders. You can set a reminder for a specific date and time to allow you to remind about certain activities like – Remind me to call my Boss at noon on Friday or Remind me to order groceries. The assistant will send the message at the scheduled time.