Google Assistant On Android Can Soon Send Audio Messages To Your Contacts

 

Google Assistant On Android Can Soon Send Audio Messages To Your Contacts


Working from home has its particular situations and one in all them is having to speak with colleagues and friends at the same time as you are completing a short chore. More commonly than now no longer, you want you can simply ship a quick word however our palms can be in any other case preoccupied. Thankfully, Google Assistant now has you covered too and may ship a short audio message whilst typed textual content simply won’t do.

You can now without difficulty say "Hey Google, ship an audio message to..." and the character is best being rolled out to Google Assistant on Android smartphones and now no longer for clever presentations or different such devices.


Every time you ship an audio message, The Assistant will ask you whether or not you need to ship it over WhatsApp or RCS/Messages. There's additionally the choice to without delay ship an audio message the use of WhatsApp with the support of using the use of the voice command "ship an audio message on WhatsApp." Once you're completed saying your audio message, Google will routinely spark off you to send it.

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Google additionally notes that after one sends an audio message the use of Assistant, it's going to additionally send a transcription of the message, even though this did now no longer paintings for me. As of now, help for Telegram and different messaging apps is missing.

For now, the ability to send audio messages the use of Google Assistant is to be had in nations that talk English, and in Portuguese in Brazil. This is a server-aspect rollout from Google so the characteristic won't be to be had to anybody immediately, even though the rollout must be completely finished withinside the coming weeks.


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