Google has released relevant news for its Google Assistant. Now the artificial intelligence that is an authentic assistant for your daily life, can even (if you want) to tighten the laces of your Nike Adapts.
This feature only happens because Google Assistant now allows interaction within applications. That is, you can send a Tweet simply by saying “Hey Google, open Twitter and send a Tweet saying X“.
Video shows how Google Assistant works with Nike Adapts
The quick video from the 9to5Google staff shows us how the feature works. The user tells Google Assistant to open the Nike application and tighten the laces to 100%. Right after the command, Google does the rest. You can see the phone interacting as if someone were touching it.
This is not exactly a novelty in the technological world. Incidentally, the first assistant to work this way was still Samsung’s BixBy. That is, enter the Apps and perform tasks requested by voice.
However, it’s good to see that Google hasn’t given up on your assistant. It’s been a long time since we’ve had such drastic changes in Google Assistant and we’re happy to see this evolution happening in a natural way.
Google Assistant is getting better
Not only will Google Assistant for your smartphone change, but Google Home will also change. In addition to this new feature (from entering the Apps), Google also revealed a new voice for your assistant. A more natural and perceptible voice.
In short, the changes have not yet reached all users and if you have Google Assistant in UK’s you will not see these changes anytime soon. Therefore, if English is not an obstacle, it is better to change languages on your smartphone or Google Home so that you can see the changes as soon as they arrive at the application.
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