Google Assistant can search apps on Android

The Google Assistant for Android receives an update that allows Android apps to be opened and searched using voice commands.

This is a major change in how we use the Google Assistant in the future.

So far, the Google Assistant could only interact with other Google apps as well as the Android operating system itself.

Assistant might be used to it to open Third party apps, but that was the scope of its capabilities.

With the Google Assistant, you can now search any app that is installed on an Android phone.

“Opening and searching in Android apps with“ Hey Google ”is now available for all assistant-enabled Android phones.

This makes everyday tasks within an app much easier thanks to language. For example, you can now say, “Hey Google, search for cozy blankets on Etsy,” and you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for. ”

In addition to opening and searching apps, Google Assistant can trigger third-party apps to perform various tasks.

The assistant can interact with “more than 30 of the top apps available in the Play Store worldwide” in English.

Compatibility with more apps is in the works, but it is entirely up to the developers to add support for Google Assistant.

“Now you can do things like play music, start a run, post on social media, order food, repay a friend, say hello to a ride – the list goes on and on – all with just your voice.”

Google Assistant integration is currently available for Facebook, Instagram, Amazon, TikTok, Spotify, Postmates, Discord, Walmart, Etsy, Snapchat, Twitter, Uber, and more.

The wizard can also be used to perform tasks with various Google apps including YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps, and others.


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Google reminds users that creating custom shortcuts can make apps even more efficient.

For example, instead of saying “Hey Google, play my work-from-home mix on Spotify”, you can just say “Hey Google, workday music”.

See the suggested shortcuts or create your own by saying “Hey Google, show my shortcuts” to go to the settings screen.


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From there, you’ll see a list of all the apps with built-in shortcuts for the Google Assistant.

You can customize the trigger phrase as you wish, but the tasks themselves are limited to what the developer offers.

However, there are no restrictions on searching within apps as this feature works with any app installed on an Android phone.

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