Google Assistant on speaker or Smart Display
You can use your voice to do actions like search, get directions, and create reminders. Settings can vary by device and Google app version. Not all settings are available for all languages. Learn how to change your Google app settings. When you set up your Assistant to use Voice Match, the audio recordings created by your voice models are saved to your Google Account. You can find and delete these recordings from your Google Account. If voice search is available in your language and country, you can say most of these examples. Some aren't available in every language.
- How Google Assistant works
Send a text, set reminders, turn on battery saver and instantly look up emails. Check your flight status, make a dinner reservation, check when your movie starts, and find a coffee stop along your route. Get real-time answers including the latest on weather, traffic, finance, or sports.
It has made incredible progress since its launch and is probably the most advanced and dynamic of the assistants out there. Google has spread Assistant far and wide, not only on its own hardware, but through partnerships with other companies that sees Google Assistant in a huge range of devices, from fridges and headphones to speakers and cars. Google Assistant is Google's voice assistant. When it launched, Google Assistant was an extension of Google Now, designed to be personal while expanding on Google's existing "OK Google" voice controls. Originally, Google Now smartly pulled out relevant information for you. It knew where you worked, your meetings and travel plans, the sports teams you liked, and what interested you so that it could present you with information that mattered to you. Google has long killed Google Now, but Assistant lives in the same space, fusing these personalised elements with a wide-range of voice control. Google Assistant supports both text or voice entry and it will follow the conversation whichever entry method you're using.