Google Assistant Get's Is Most Significant Update Till Date

Google Assistant Get's Is Most Significant Update Till Date

Meanwhile, expanded notification features for Assistant Actions are now out of beta.

Assistant Actions now support something Google is calling "Custom Device Actions".

According to The Verge, with this announcement, Google has handed off some of this work to manufacturers which would reportedly give the companies more flexibility and make Assistant more helpful. Google has worked with a group called Red Paper Heart to make an installation called Talk to Light that acts as a sort of artistic expression of Assistant's new ability. As per some reports from the Beebom Google is all set to launch a bunch of new features to its Google Assistant which will offer an overall better user experience. In order to encourage the usage, the new feature aims to add more functionality on such speciality devices.

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Like other audio content on an Android phone, actions using the media response API can be controlled from a phone's lock screen or notifications area.

If you find yourself using Google Assistant frequently, you may have realized that there's a lot it can do within the realm of general instructions like "raise the room temperature", or "turn on the lights" that don't particularly require intermediary support from the connected third-party appliance or program. For example, you can be notified of a stock price change or news alert as it happens. New features like TV show clips, relaxation sounds, news briefings, interactive stories, and more will be available. These basically allow Assistant devices to understand more specific voice commands. They will be able to turn off the display and still continue listening to the audio. "Hey Google" and "OK Google" can be a real mouthful, whether you're me waking up and struggling to get the words out first thing in the morning, or an Italian grandma who can't quite get it right.

Google is also adding in updated payment options for developers to tie into, with Assistant able to recognise that you have a paid for subscription in say Google Play and tie that to a command given in Assistant. It also means you won't have to use the annoying "Talk to [blank]" command. Enter your email to be subscribed to our newsletter.