Home / News / Apps Making things better There’s currently no word on when the features will begin rolling out to users. Babu Mohan 9 Jun 2021 0 Source: Joe Maring / Android Central What you need to know The Google Assistant may soon gain two useful new features. With “Quick Phrases,” users will be able to skip the “Hey, Google” hotword for the most common interactions. The Assistant will also begin recommending shortcuts based on your app usage pattern. Google announced a bunch of new features coming to the Google Assistant with Android 12 at I/O 2021 — including shortcut expansions. A teardown of the latest Google App v12.22.5 by XDA Developers has now revealed another new feature that will soon be added to the Assistant. The upcoming “quick phrases” feature will allow users to interact with the Google Assistant without saying the “Hey Google” hotword. As per the report, the feature will only work for the most common voice interactions, such as dismissing a ringing alarm or an ongoing timer. The feature is code-named “guacamole” and was first spotted in April this year when a ” voice shortcuts ” page suddenly appeared in Google Assistant’s settings for some… Read full this story
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