Until not so long ago, thinking of a smart voice assistant was something that only led us to imagine movies and books. However, the advancements of many companies in natural language simulation and understanding have made it possible for anyone to have one at home.
Google and Amazon are the two that have their most advanced, but despite that you have to invoke them every time, so they know we are talking to them.
Now Google doesn’t want us to use the “OK Google” command in some very specific circumstances.
OK Google will not be needed in alarms, calls and timers
A few years ago, Google started making it possible to stop smart speaker timers and alarms simply by saying “Stop”. And yes, we put it in English because this function did not reach other languages at any time.
Now in 9to5Google, they discovered a function in the settings of the Google Assistant app on Android that would emulate this functionality.
This way when our mobile rings for a programmed alarm or beep because a timer
Basically, Google wants that when an order is very obvious, we don’t have to say “OK Google” first.
Of course, this is a feature in development, as it cannot be enabled at the moment even if the setting appears to some people. Even the web that the settings screen redirects to so that we know what happens when you enable this feature is not yet operational.
It seems very useful not to have to call the assistant at a particular time like this when it is obvious that saying the word Stop is like silencing an incoming alarm. We will have to wait to see if it reaches other languages like Spanish or if we can use the assistant without commands in other activities.
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