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Here are some of the best commands to give your Android phone. Google Assistant can call anyone on your contact list or businesses around you.

Tell it to call [contact] or call [business] to start a call. If the name appears once in your contact list, the app will begin the call. On a similar note, you can also use the command text [contact] to start a text message. You can edit the text too, if you want. You may already know you can ask Google for directions to anywhere.

But did you know you can ask for more than just directions? To start, you can use the command where am I? You can use the commands directions to , navigate to , and even how to get to. Then either say an exact address or a landmark name and Google will figure out where to go. If there are several places with a similar name, it will let you choose between them before it switches over to Google Maps for the actual directions.

Want to walk somewhere, bike somewhere, or use public transportation? A simple command like walking directions to or transit directions to will get you on the right track. Commands such as next bus to , or train timetable will also bring up helpful information, plus directions to the bus or train station if required. As a bonus, you can also use the command map of with an address, name, or city to open Google Maps on that spot. Or you can say set a reminder , and Google will ask you for the reminder details alongside the date and time.

Reminders can get even more sophisticated if you use geolocation. Try saying something like remind me to feed the cat when I get home. This can work with businesses too. For example, remind me to buy eggs when I get to the store. Read More for more tips. Setting events is similar.

To create an event, say create an event or create a calendar event and state the event, day or date, and the time. You can also use the command schedule a meeting to arrange meetings with a person, date, time, and location. The last task in this category is setting alarms. This is as simple as saying set alarm and specifying the time or how long from now. For example, set an alarm for three hours from now , or set an alarm for seven. You can use any alarm app you want for this.

Use Google to open web pages you want to browse and even launch apps on your phone. Is it easier than tapping an app icon? To open an app, say open and the name of the app you want to launch. To go to a web page, say go to and give Google the URL. For example, if you say go to makeuseof.

Android can remind you to complete tasks and add short notes for you, but did you know Google Assistant can also write whole emails?

If you want to keep it simple, say email or send email and specify a contact. This will start the email, letting you type it in yourself. Google will open the installation instructions, with a link to download the app. Once installed, saying phrases such as translate to Spanish , or how do you say hello in German will make Google speak your translated phrase, along with related phrases, and the written words.

Here's a guide to all of Translate's features on Android and iOS. Read More for more tricks. Who knows what else Google Assistant will be able to do in the future? You might be able to book a flying taxi, or have Google read your thoughts. The most popular OK Google questions might surprise you. Your email address will not be published.

At least the times I used it recently it didn't have to ask me "Which did you mean Also, "Ok Google, continue" works better than I expected. If you were listening to audio and paused it, this will pick up where you left off.

What's especially cool is that I use the "read aloud" feature in Play Books' ebook reader, and it works there, too! Uhhh, not so much. Maybe that's an improvement? It used to find results for, "E. Funny because it's the single most used voice command AND phone number I call. On the bright side, I suppose the AI isn't going to be taking over the world any time soon at this rate.

That's awesome, but with my phone it only shows the torch switch in off position. We can also turn on our flashlight by saying "turn on flashlight" or " turn on torch" The phone calls are usually wrong at recognizing the names - and even if they do get it right - the call still requires me to confirm it on screen - which makes the voice command main attraction moot.

For the Potter fans outo there, use "Lumos" to turn on the flashlight and "Knox" to turn it off again! Whenever I say "OK Google, open Firefox" or any app for that matter it just google searches for "open firefox" is there a setting for this?

I live in Sweden btw but the author said it was worldwide so I doubt that's the problem. It Also helps to increase or decrease volume Tell "ok Google " and say increase volume to maximum.

U can even send a msg through whatsapp just say "send msg" it will ask you from msg app or what's app.. Even you can use "change " for changing the msg and " add some more" to add text in your msg it's pretty cool..!! It can also interpret words or whole phrases for you.

Just say "how do you say in " and it will translate for you. Yes, you can dial a number that is not in your contacts just say "Call " and it will call the number for you. You may also use "Dial ". Do you mean say "Call" and after that start saying the numbers? This is not working, cause it's search for a contact named "Nine" or "One". You have to be relatively quick and clear though, otherwise it will think that you are trying to call someone named "Seven two zero" or whatever number is it that you were trying to dial through speech.

I wonder if there's a way to ask, "Get directions to my next appointment", or, "Get directions to my appointment at 3: I have a location set in my google calendar for appoinments. There is, as I'm concerned, no command for doing so, but if you use Google Now, there will be a card that says when to leave to get to your appointment on time with various options, like how early you want to arrive etc.

I use this all the time for meetings at new locations. All these commands work and there's some funny stuff like saying "beam me up Scotty". They should as long as you have Google Search installed on your phone. Also, you can install Google Now Launcher to be able to do it from your home screen without having to open the Google Search app.

I laughed at it once and it told me hello by my name continued to tell me pending messages I had that came in it told me the time and then followed up by saying not 'much going on here'.

I've never been able to make it do it again. It was so funny. I tried it as well. My friend was telling me a joke and as I was laughing I decided to whip my phone out and hit the voice command button.

I was laughing too hard to say "OK Google. Say beam me up Scotty to your apple or android and it will give you an amusing answer!! They are hopefully adding more of those amusing playful answers to silly statements or questions!! For all the hype that voice recognition programs like Siri and Google Now receive, I've never seen anyone really use them that much, myself included. In the case of at least Google Now, I think this is primarily due to three things: Even as late as 4.

GN isn't even able to do things as simple as toggling Wifi, Bluetooth or GPS, which I feel is too fundamental a function to be omitted. Lastly, I have not seen GN work well with apps not made by Google, and there's no option to select apps to use for certain commands in the way the general Android interface allows for things like messaging or Web browsing when multiple capable apps are installed.

For example, I use Amazon MP3 as my music player rather than Google Play Music, which I have disabled just to help de-clutter my app drawer a bit, and while I've seen many examples of orally calling a song up in Play Music work, all I get with my configuration is the option to buy the song from Google Play.

So, when you add all that up, I'd say Google Now does some things amazingly, and other things terribly. It's great for some purposes as described in the article, but it's far from perfect. Here's hoping time will help change that. And sometimes autocorrect just gives up tryong to gess what im typing. Hello Folks I have found the word "Explain" I already have a model of Spouse 2 but I am afraid its old tech now they have gone out of production the manufacvturer is not intending to make a new version.

Ask Google Now, how much wood would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood and she will tell you.

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I challenged cybersecurity expert Ken Munro and his colleague David Lodge from Pen Test Partners to see whether it was physically possible for an app to snoop in this way. They created a prototype app, we started chatting in the vicinity of the phone it was on and watched our words appear on a laptop screen nearby. It wasn't perfect but it was practically in real time and certainly able to identify most keywords.

The battery drain during our experiments was minimal and, using wi-fi, there was no data plan spike. As for Apple and Google - they could see it, they could find it and they could stop it. But it is pretty easy to create. Google said it "categorically" does not use what it calls "utterances" - the background sounds before a person says, "OK Google" to activate the voice recognition - for advertising or any other purpose.

It also said it does not share audio acquired in that way with third parties. It also states in its content policy for app developers that apps must not collect information without the user's knowledge.

Apps found to be breaking this are removed from the Google Play store. Facebook also told the BBC it does not allow brands to target advertising based around microphone data and it never shares data with third parties without consent. It said Facebook ads are based only around information shared by members on the social network and their net surfing habits elsewhere.

There is of course also a more mathematical explanation - the possibility that there is really no connection at all between what we say and what we see. Mathematics professor David Hand from Imperial College London wrote a book called The Improbability Principle, in which he argued that apparently extraordinary events happen all the time.

This apparent coincidence occurs and we think there must be explanation, it can't be chance. But there are so many opportunities for that coincidence to occur. People are generally more alert to things that are currently occupying them, such as recent conversations or big decisions like buying a car or choosing a holiday, he added. So suddenly those sorts of messages stand out more when they may have been in the background all the time. When his book was published another author published a very similar title at the same time.

The author of The Coincidence Authority, John Ironmonger, shared the same birthday as Prof Hand and was based at the same university as his wife. It is not known if Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was in the helicopter when it came down after the club's Premier League match.

Is your smartphone listening to you? Media playback is unsupported on your device. Related Topics Cyber-security Mobile phones. Who knows what else Google Assistant will be able to do in the future? You might be able to book a flying taxi, or have Google read your thoughts. The most popular OK Google questions might surprise you. Your email address will not be published. At least the times I used it recently it didn't have to ask me "Which did you mean Also, "Ok Google, continue" works better than I expected.

If you were listening to audio and paused it, this will pick up where you left off. What's especially cool is that I use the "read aloud" feature in Play Books' ebook reader, and it works there, too!

Uhhh, not so much. Maybe that's an improvement? It used to find results for, "E. Funny because it's the single most used voice command AND phone number I call. On the bright side, I suppose the AI isn't going to be taking over the world any time soon at this rate. That's awesome, but with my phone it only shows the torch switch in off position.

We can also turn on our flashlight by saying "turn on flashlight" or " turn on torch" The phone calls are usually wrong at recognizing the names - and even if they do get it right - the call still requires me to confirm it on screen - which makes the voice command main attraction moot. For the Potter fans outo there, use "Lumos" to turn on the flashlight and "Knox" to turn it off again! Whenever I say "OK Google, open Firefox" or any app for that matter it just google searches for "open firefox" is there a setting for this?

I live in Sweden btw but the author said it was worldwide so I doubt that's the problem. It Also helps to increase or decrease volume Tell "ok Google " and say increase volume to maximum. U can even send a msg through whatsapp just say "send msg" it will ask you from msg app or what's app.. Even you can use "change " for changing the msg and " add some more" to add text in your msg it's pretty cool..!!

It can also interpret words or whole phrases for you. Just say "how do you say in " and it will translate for you. Yes, you can dial a number that is not in your contacts just say "Call " and it will call the number for you. You may also use "Dial ". Do you mean say "Call" and after that start saying the numbers? This is not working, cause it's search for a contact named "Nine" or "One".

You have to be relatively quick and clear though, otherwise it will think that you are trying to call someone named "Seven two zero" or whatever number is it that you were trying to dial through speech. I wonder if there's a way to ask, "Get directions to my next appointment", or, "Get directions to my appointment at 3: I have a location set in my google calendar for appoinments.

There is, as I'm concerned, no command for doing so, but if you use Google Now, there will be a card that says when to leave to get to your appointment on time with various options, like how early you want to arrive etc.

I use this all the time for meetings at new locations. All these commands work and there's some funny stuff like saying "beam me up Scotty". They should as long as you have Google Search installed on your phone.

Also, you can install Google Now Launcher to be able to do it from your home screen without having to open the Google Search app. I laughed at it once and it told me hello by my name continued to tell me pending messages I had that came in it told me the time and then followed up by saying not 'much going on here'.

I've never been able to make it do it again. It was so funny. I tried it as well. My friend was telling me a joke and as I was laughing I decided to whip my phone out and hit the voice command button. I was laughing too hard to say "OK Google. Say beam me up Scotty to your apple or android and it will give you an amusing answer!!

They are hopefully adding more of those amusing playful answers to silly statements or questions!! For all the hype that voice recognition programs like Siri and Google Now receive, I've never seen anyone really use them that much, myself included. In the case of at least Google Now, I think this is primarily due to three things: Even as late as 4.

GN isn't even able to do things as simple as toggling Wifi, Bluetooth or GPS, which I feel is too fundamental a function to be omitted. Lastly, I have not seen GN work well with apps not made by Google, and there's no option to select apps to use for certain commands in the way the general Android interface allows for things like messaging or Web browsing when multiple capable apps are installed.

For example, I use Amazon MP3 as my music player rather than Google Play Music, which I have disabled just to help de-clutter my app drawer a bit, and while I've seen many examples of orally calling a song up in Play Music work, all I get with my configuration is the option to buy the song from Google Play.

So, when you add all that up, I'd say Google Now does some things amazingly, and other things terribly. It's great for some purposes as described in the article, but it's far from perfect. Here's hoping time will help change that. And sometimes autocorrect just gives up tryong to gess what im typing. Hello Folks I have found the word "Explain" I already have a model of Spouse 2 but I am afraid its old tech now they have gone out of production the manufacvturer is not intending to make a new version.

Ask Google Now, how much wood would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood and she will tell you. For theGoogle people deep down in the basement, let's not forget the totally blind person who cannot see the screen to "tap" or "move" anything on the screen. Let's not get away from the speech to activate and call numbers by speech only.

Belive me, there are millions of blind in the US that cannot use a phone with a glass face. In a few years from now, Android 5. Rumors are that Google's UI designers have developed a radically new take on how to interact with your phone. In the future, the screen will show little customizable images they will be called "icons" that can immediately activate any dedicated command with just one simple tap from your fingertip -- without having to stumble around yelling commands and having to yell them again when they're misunderstood.

This really advanced interface would allow us to execute commands in complete silence, without bystanders even noticing what you're doing! It's a pity we'll still have to wait a few years for this tremendous improvement. Sounds good but still manual. The feature I'm waiting to work is spouse 2. You say "make me dinner" and it does. I said ok, Google to get the list and said one of the examples, "play some Paloma Faith" and it translated that to "play some cum on her face.

In fact, I'm in Western Europe and only works when in English: I'm in the Western Asia and everything I tried worked for me. I see no reason it shouldn't work in Europe if it works here, but there might be surprises. Which device and version of Android are you using? So and so" it doesn't work.

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