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Top 10 Useful Google Assistant Voice Commands You Should Know



Top 10 Useful Google Assistant Voice Commands You Should Know


Google Assistant is a voice-based virtual personal assistant.Google took a step forward by adding this amazing feature to smartwatches and Android devices that run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and 7.0 Nougat.
Even iPhone users can get the advantage of Google Assistant commands by installing it on their devices.






1.Take a selfie

Who wouldn’t want a personal assistant who will click your photo whenever you like? The Google Assistant is designed with a similar purpose. Just launch it and say “take a Selfie,” then pose for one.

2. Use voice to Open Any App:

Suppose your hands are busy and you got a notification in WhatsApp, then just launch your Google Assistant by saying “OK Google, open WhatsApp,” check your Whatsapp notification without physically using your hand. You can use this Google Assistant command to open any app you want.
Which are installed in your device.

3. Call me “Gadgets Tricks”

Get your Google Assistant to address you with any nickname you prefer. Just launch it and say “call me (nickname),” example- “call me Gadgets Tricks,” and the next time your assistant greets you, you will hear “Good morning Gadgets Tricks”.

4. Make Calls & Massage

Ask your Google Assistant to make any call you desire, just open it and say “call (the person’s name),” example: “call mom,” and your preferred number will be automatically dialed.
For Massage: Say “Send text message to (the person’s name).” From there, you can dictate the entire text message that you want to deliver.

5. Play a game

When you are home alone and bored and have nothing exciting to do, just turn to the Google Assistant and say “I’m bored.” This useful command can entertain you with jokes and even play games such as solitaire or tic-tac-toe, besides, it can also surprise you with some random fun.




6. Sing a song

Get the Google Assistant to sing a song for you, whenever you feel too bored to start your playlist. Just say “OK Google, sing a song” and see what you get. Also, you can go for “OK Google, can you rap?”, or “OK Google, beatbox.”

7. Flip a coin

Are you in a middle of making a choice or a decision? Well, what could be a better option than flipping a coin and settling an argument? Get it done with the Google Assistant by just saying “OK Google, flip a coin.” You can also say “OK Google, roll a die” if you like things to be a little bit complicated.

8. Post a Tweet or Facebook status

Posting a Tweet or a Facebook status requires opening the app, writing the content and then posting it, while this might take you some time, the same can be done through Google Assistant without using your hands at all. Simply say “Ok Google, tweet ____” and tweet will be posted. Or just ask your assistant to post a tweet and the assistant opens a text box with voice recognition to compose a tweet and post it.

9. Check for your emails

You can ask the Google Assistant regarding any emails that you might have missed. Simply launch it and ask, ” Did I miss any emails from yesterday?” and with its great power to draw information from other Google apps and services, the assistant will pull up emails that remain unopened.

10. Get directions

If you are going somewhere or you need directions to a nearby ATM, Google Assistant can assist you to any location you are looking for with accurate results. Go to Google Maps, and you can say commands like “How do I get to (name of the place)?” or “Show me a map of (name of the place).” You can find more commands for navigation here.

For Extra Info You can Also turn flash light on and off with Google assistant 

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