Google Voice Assistant Will Soon Allow Users To Send Messages With An “Ok Google” Command
While Google Voice makes a comeback this year with hoards of features, the time has come once again to experience something new. As per recent reports, users will be able to send messages with an “Ok Google” command.
Since the launch of Google Voice, users didn’t give much attention to the services offered by the voice assistance as compared with other messaging apps which Google already serves. Thus, to boost customers’ interest against voice assistant platform, Google on Tuesday confirmed that ok Google command will be added in the voice assistance app very soon.
Currently, with Google assistant user can send a message through an SMS app of their choice or Hangouts with a simple voice command. It’s a very handy feature when users are occupied and both hands are busy. But now with the introduction of “Ok Google” command + “Voice Messaging,” users will be able to converse in a flexible manner.
To make use of the new feature, the user will need to simply add the qualifier of “Ok Google, send a Google Voice Message” from “Ok Google, send a message” qualifier. Doing this will allow Google Voice app to send the message through voice instead of text.
Till now, Google has not provided any updates on when this functionality will go live.
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