GOOGLE ASSISTANT️

️ 🌍 GOOGLE ASSISTANT️ 🌍

️📲 Make calls, search, navigate and more – all with your Google Assistant.

Get Google Assistant for hands-free help

Your Google Assistant is ready to help you when and where you need it.

Manage your schedule, get help with everyday tasks, control smart-home devices, enjoy your entertainment and more.

️ Just start with: “Ok Google”

Play music and videos with your voice

Find music by genre, play your favorite songs, playlists, podcasts and music videos, or find the perfect tune for activities like cooking, studying, or working out. You can also skip songs and adjust the volume.

“play exercise music”

“Play My Discover Weekly on Spotify”

“Set the volume to 50%”

Stay in touch with hands-free calls, texts and emails

Your Assistant makes it quick and easy to stay connected with the people who matter most.

Make calls, send text messages and draft emails to your contacts.

“read my unread texts”

“Call Caroline”

“Text Sam ‘on my way'”

Get quick directions and local info

Get instant answers about businesses, restaurants and attractions, including business hours, traffic info and Google Maps ️ directions. You can also find the best restaurants or car parks near you.

“How does the traffic work?”

“Where’s the nearest coffee shop?”

️ “Give me directions to the airport”

Get convenient help throughout the day

Stay on top of your schedule and manage your calendar so you don’t forget important appointments and meetings. Set reminders and get alerts so you can stick to your daily work. Your Assistant makes it easy to take notes, set timers, add items to your shopping list, and set alarms.

“Remind me to drink water every morning”

“Add Eggs and Bread to My Shopping List”

“Set an alarm for 7.00 in the morning.”

Search the web and get quick answers

Get instant answers to your questions when you’re out and about, or at home. Get real-time weather forecasts and updates, find how-to videos, check sports scores, search the web or get language translations when you’re abroad.

“What’s the weather like this weekend?”

“How much is £50 in euros?”

“tell me the latest news”

Important Link:-

Download this app…⤵️

Click here to download application form

~ Your device still needs to meet the requirements to use Google Assistant.

~ If you already have Google Assistant on your device, you don’t need this app to use Google Assistant.

Link your voice to your device with Voice Match
You can teach the Google Assistant to recognize your voice with Voice Match. You can then link your voice to a speaker, smart display or smart watch so you can use voice commands to get personalized results. With Voice Match, you can combine the voices of up to 6 people from a single speaker, smart display or smart watch.

Learn more about Voice Match and personal results.

To upgrade to the new version of Voice Match, everyone whose voice is connected to your device must complete the upgrade.

Important: The languages ​​you can use depend on the device. Learn what languages ​​are supported on your device.

Android iPhone and iPad
link your voice
To use Voice Match, you’ll need to link your Google Account to your Google Assistant device. If you have multiple Google Accounts, you can choose which account you want to use.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app Google Home.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, and then tap Assistant settings.
Tap Voice Match, and then add a device.
Follow their footsteps.
When you link your voice and use Google Assistant in US English, Google Assistant automatically accepts when you politely ask for something.

Find out which devices are connected to your voice
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app Google Home.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, then tap Assistant Settings and then Voice Match.
Scroll down for a list of smart watches connected to speakers, smart displays, and your voice.
Re-teach your voice to the Google Assistant
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, then tap Assistant Settings and then Voice Match.
Tap Teach your Assistant again and teach your Assistant to raise your voice again.
Unlink your voice from your device
When you unlink your voice from a device, you won’t get personalized results on that device.

IMPORTANT: If your device is running Cast version 1.36 and above, or you try these steps and your device is still connected, you will need to factory reset your device to unlink your voice .

On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app Google Home.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, then tap Assistant Settings and then Voice Match.
Select which device to disassemble.
Unlink your voice from a specific device: Next to the device you want to unlink, clear Remove, and then tap Remove.
Unlink your voice from all eligible devices: Tap Remove from eligible devices, and then tap Remove.
You will get a message that your voice model will be removed.

Use Voice Match to make payments
On your Android phone or tablet, say “Ok Google, open Assistant settings.”
Under “Popular Settings,” tap You and then Payments.
Enable payments with your Assistant.
Verify It’s You Before Paying Turn On.
Turn on Confirm with Voice Match.

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Link your voice to your device with Voice Match
You can teach the Google Assistant to recognize your voice with Voice Match. You can then link your voice to a speaker, smart display or smart watch so you can use voice commands to get personalized results. With Voice Match, you can combine the voices of up to 6 people from a single speaker, smart display or smart watch.

Learn more about Voice Match and personal results.

To upgrade to the new version of Voice Match, everyone whose voice is connected to your device must complete the upgrade.

Important: The languages ​​you can use depend on the device. Learn what languages ​​are supported on your device.

Android iPhone and iPad
link your voice
To use Voice Match, you’ll need to link your Google Account to your Google Assistant device. If you have multiple Google Accounts, you can choose which account you want to use.
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, and then tap Assistant settings.
Tap Voice Match, and then add a device.
Follow their footsteps.
When you link your voice and use Google Assistant in US English, Google Assistant automatically accepts when you politely ask for something.

Find out which devices are connected to your voice
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, then tap Assistant Settings and then Voice Match.
Scroll down for a list of smart watches connected to speakers, smart displays, and your voice.
Re-teach your voice to the Google Assistant
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, then tap Assistant Settings and then Voice Match.
Tap Teach your Assistant again and teach your Assistant to raise your voice again.
Unlink your voice from your device
When you unlink your voice from a device, you won’t get personalized results on that device.

IMPORTANT: If your device is running Cast version 1.36 and above, or you try these steps and your device is still connected, you will need to factory reset your device to unlink your voice .

On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app Google Home.
In the top right, tap your profile picture or initials, then tap Assistant Settings and then Voice Match.
Select which device to disassemble.
Unlink your voice from a specific device: Next to the device you want to unlink, clear Remove, and then tap Remove.
Unlink your voice from all eligible devices: Tap Remove from eligible devices, and then tap Remove.
You will get a message that your voice model will be removed.

Use Voice Match to make payments
On your Android phone or tablet, say “Ok Google, open Assistant settings.”
Under “Popular Settings,” tap You and then Payments.
Enable payments with your Assistant.
Verify It’s You Before Paying Turn On.
Turn on Confirm with Voice Match.
Go to Voice Match Settings
Understand how your voice works with other settings
Upgraded Voice Match
Voice match and personalized results
If someone doesn’t pair their voice with a Google Assistant device with Voice Match and the person setting up the device allows private results, anyone can access those private results.
When you link your voice to Voice Match, the Google Assistant won’t respond to a voice it doesn’t recognize with your personal results.
Your voice may be able to access your personal results, such as sending an email, making a payment (if you have Verified with Voice Match turned on), or viewing your calendar. If you’re not comfortable with that, you can turn off individual results.

Voice match and media services
If you pair your voice with Voice Match and select specific music and video services, the Google Assistant can suggest personalized music and videos.
Your media history and recommendations for these services may change when other people use a Google Assistant device connected to your voice.
To prevent others from using your media services, ask them to link your music and video services.

Allow personal results on your shared Assistant device
Some Google Assistant devices, such as speakers, Smart Displays, Smart Clock and Pixel Stand, can be shared with multiple people. For any shared device, you can turn on personalized results to allow Google Assistant to read or show specific results to you. For example, the Google Assistant might show:

Results from your Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Photos
Recipe suggestions based on your activity in other Google products
Personal playlists, favorite songs, uploads or library content from YouTube Music

IMPORTANT: The Personalized Results setting does not control some helpful features provided by third parties such as Spotify or Pandora.

On the Pixel Stand, some apps require that you unlock your phone, even if you have Personal Results turned on.

Speakers, Smart Display and Smart Clock
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app.
Tap Home Home at the bottom.
select your device.
At the top right, tap Device Settings Settings and then Identity & Personalization.
If you don’t see “Identity & personalization,” tap Identity & sharing first.
Turn Allow individual results on or off.
other shared devices
On your Android phone or tablet, say “Ok Google, open Assistant settings.”
Tap on Devices and then on your device.
Under “Personalization,” turn Personal results on or off.
Go to Personalization Settings

cars
Important: In cars, Voice Match is not available.
Tap on your car’s display home screen.
Go to your apps.
Tap Settings then Google and then Google Assistant.
Turn Allow individual results on or off.
To change your settings, you may need to enter your password.
auto tools
Individual results on some Google Assistant auto accessories, such as the Anker Rov Bolt and JBL Link Drive, are managed with headphone settings. Learn how to get personalized search results on headphones.
watches
For Fitbit Sense and Versa 3 watches, follow these instructions:

For watches running Wear OS by Google, follow these instructions:

On your Android phone or tablet, say “Ok Google, open Assistant settings.”
Tap on Devices and then on Your Watch.
Under “Personalization,” turn Personal results on or off.
Go to Personalization Settings

hide individual results
on smart display
When you turn on private results for your smart display, the results appear as notifications on your Home screen. Results include upcoming calendar events, travel information, and YouTube video recommendations. Anyone near the device can view, tap, or act on them.
To stop personal results on the Home screen and as notifications:
On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app Google Home.
Tap Home Home at the bottom.
Select your smart display.
In the top right, tap Device Settings Settings then Identity & Sharing and then Identity & Personalization.
Under “How individual results appear,” select Never actively show.

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