Following some family-focused friendly updates, Google has added new features to the Assistant, including the Pretty Please & # 39; expected.
I've been published to start on Google I / O 2018, the Pretty Please installation begins to be presented to devices included by the Assistant. It should work for everyone who corresponds to a voice on speakers, displays and smartphones.
If you include courteous phrases like <& nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; a & d; In your inquiries, the Assistant responds kindly, and thank you for being courteous.
In addition, you can now create a Gift list with Assistant. Using phrases such as "Hey Google, creating a gift list" or "adding opera tickets to a gift list," users can easily create and manage lists. This also works for shopping lists and other lists.
Furthermore, Keyword Blog confirmed that Google was working to add support for third party list apps, including Any.do, Come! to Todoist. Google's recent app updates revealed that the company works on adding this feature.
As previously announced, consumers will also be able to talk to Santa. Only "Hey Google, call Santa Claus" and sit back as the fun starts. Google will dial up the North Pole, and you'll help Santa's to compose a Christmas jingle.
Finally, an Assistant has some new reading and singing features. You can ask the Assistant to read a story for you, including holiday classics such as "Mickey's Christmas Carol" Disney and more.
Alternatively, if you have a Play Music subscription and a smart-powered display, you can see the synchronous words appear on the screen.
Finally, smart display owners have some other nice features, including support for Nest Hello's door clubs, Google Photos broadcast and sharing solutions.
The features appear to be presented as part of the server side update. Some of them may not work for you immediately. In my case, Santa telephoned to work, but did not create a gift guide. Also, an Assistant did not seem to care if I was courteous or not.
Source: Google Via: The Verge, Police & Police