New Google Assistant trick for Android gives you superpowers over your morning routine
Google announces two new features, especially for phones.
Your morning alarm sounds. You grope around to turn it off, moan into your pillow and sluggishly begin your daily routine. But maybe not for long. A new Google Assistant trick, available now on Android phones, can automatically turn on your bedroom lights, read out the weather and news, and even start brewing your morning coffee without you sleep-slurring a command or lifting your finger.
This series of events, or one like it, is something you’ll be able to customize through a new menu item in the clock app on any Android phone. When you go to set your alarm, you’ll see a new option for Google Assistant Routine. From here, you can set up over a dozen different scenarios that kick into action the moment you dismiss your alarm (don’t worry, you’ll still be able to press Snooze).
For example, you’ll program Google Assistant to report on your commute as you struggle out of bed, and switch up the temperature. you’ll additionally raise it to play a podcast once you 1st wake, or maybe some music. Of course, you have got to possess the compatible lights, thermostat and low maker to use a number of these routines, and you’ll notice and regulate all of them from submenus inside the Clock app.
Google Assistant’s second new trick for phones keeps it quiet. you’ll manually set don’t Disturb to mute incoming calls and alerts, or maybe to schedule some continual out-of-bounds hours. But soon, you will be able to say the command to a compatible sensible speaker: “Hey Google, silence my phone.”
This is one of the latest feature introduced by Google, let’s see how people react to this up till now people are considering it unique assistant.