Google made many announcements at today's event.
Google has expanded the capabilities of the Google Home by introducing Voice Match. For those who have already set up Google voice assistant, the windows will take the user to the Assistant menu.
It's not immediately evident how to change Google Assistant to use a male voice, nearly as if Google only begrudgingly conceded this feature. Once the user switches to the Voice II, a huskier AI assistant will be activated across the devices including iOS apps, Pixel phones or the Google Home speaker. Allowing the home assistant to ring phones in the home.
Google Assistant can be used to launch the apps, ask various questions and carry useful tasks.
Apart from improvements in recognising user voice inputs, the Google Assistant also received a major upgrade to how it generates its own speech as well. Both free and premium Spotify clients will have the capacity to utilize the voice commands, similar to, "alright Google, play some rock music on Spotify".
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A separate report from 9To5Google claims that Google voice assistant might now come to the Chromebooks. The ability to translate 40 languages in conjunction with the Pixel Bud earphones and the new Pixel smartphone is another noteworthy addition. There will be games, broadcast options, and improved voice match in the voice recognition system for better interaction with children. Amazon also has a kid-friendly account for the echo line.
As mentioned by a report from Tech Crunch, the new update has not hit all Google Assistant-compatible devices just yet, and should be rolling out gradually across the world to supported handsets and devices.