Google now lets users talk or type messages to Assistant. The addition of typing was announced at I/O and is already available on the iPhone. To talk to Assistant, open the app and tap on the microphone button. Notice the keyboard button to the left? Tap on it to begin typing. When typing, don't worry about sending complete sentences. For instance, "weather today" is more than enough for Assistant to understand what you need. Google Assistant can do a lot -- from setting a reminder to placing a phone call to controlling your thermostat. It's hard to keep track of everything Google Assistant can and can't do, let alone remember it all, so Google's included an Explore section in the app to help you learn and remember what Assistant can do for you.
Shortcuts are new to Google Assistant and something I haven't quite got the hang of yet, but they have a ton of potential, Essentially seeing stars by nature magick iphone case you can create your own command, such as "I'm running late" and Google Assistant will complete a series of actions, Using the last example, you can have Google Assistant automatically text your spouse or friend that you are running late without going through the process of "OK Google, text my partner" then having to go through the body of the message, It's one command on you're done..
Google has a lot of different examples listed in the Shortcuts section of the app. Use those examples, or create your own. It's odd that Google somewhat hid the Settings menu in the Assistant app, but it's there and it's an important part of Google Assistant overall. To find it, open the app tap on the file cabinet icon then the three-dot icon to the right of the Your Stuff tab. Ah ha! There's the Settings option. Tap it. Why is the Settings section so important? Because not only is this where you can add personal and payment info for ordering items with Google Assistant, but this is where you link outside accounts and services to Assistant.
For example, this is where you go to connect Spotify for music streaming or your Nest thermostat for voice control, and so on, Google Assistant on iOS may not be able to replace Siri, but if you own a Google Home or already rely heavily on Google services, then it only makes sense to use the Assistant on your iPhone, Ready to kick Siri to the curb? Well now you can., kind of, Google on Wednesday released a stand-alone Google Assistant app for the iPhone, It's the first time Google's assistant has seeing stars by nature magick iphone case been made available outside Google's Android and Google Home platforms..
While the company does not outright state that these colors are for its upcoming OnePlus 5 flagship, it strongly hints at the fact by switching out the "s" in "should" with a "5" in the tweet. The three monochromatic colors in the bunch (black, gold and red) are relatively safe choices for phones, especially since the company's current OnePlus 3T already comes in both gold and black. But the fourth color, which is a pink-blue gradient, caught some attention. In a follow-up tweet, OnePlus revealed that this ombré was named "unicorn." It's not yet known if the unicorn color (or any of the other colors, really) will be a special edition for the OnePlus 5, if it will come standard, or if it's a joke option that's meant to cause a bit of a stir. So far, fans are leaning towards mostly Nos. 1 and 3, the black and red options.