Mother’s Day is coming up this weekend, so in order to make it easier for family members to organize to participate in the celebration, Google has provided some new Google Assistant features for this, including ” family radio “.
Although users can now use the standard Google Assistant streaming feature to send voice clips to other Google speakers or smart devices around the home, with the new home streaming feature, you can now create a homegroup. Google sends broadcasts to everyone at the same time, regardless of Are they at home or elsewhere?
Google has said that through the home streaming update, it is now possible to send voice clips to Google Assistant smart speakers and mobile devices (installed on Android and iOS through the Google Assistant app). Once the mobile device reaches the recipient’s device, you will also get a convenient button to reply to the broadcast. Although this is an extension of the existing Google Assistant streaming feature, it can still be useful so that you can quickly get together with your family before dinner. In addition to the home radio feature, Google also uses this feature to complete the Assistant’s family bell feature. Just say “stop” to turn off the reminder sound, without first saying “Hey Google” or “Ok Google”, like using a timer. The device is the same as the alarm clock. Google said it will expand Family Bell support to eight other languages in the “coming weeks,” including French, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, German, Hindi, and Korean. Like Family Broadcast, Family Bell can also ping multiple smart devices at the same time.
At the same time, Google Assistant has also received support for some new games and stories that can be played on smart screens and Android devices, including some bedtime stories in the Harry Potter universe (“Hey Google, tell me a Quidditch story)”. ) and “Who is it?” The series consists of illustrated profiles and biographies of various characters, from David Bowie to RuPaul. Or, if you’re looking for more interactive experiences, Google’s smart displays will get some new games too, like “Are you smarter than one?”
Finally, after successfully completing the handwashing song, Google will add some children’s songs to complete other tasks and trivia, including cleaning songs, bedtime songs, and even teeth brushing songs. And, if that’s not enough, Google said that there are some hidden Google Assistant Easter eggs on Mother’s Day, one of which is associated with the Assistant’s normal timer feature. (In other words, the Easter egg doesn’t seem to be activated yet, so you may have to wait until Sunday to test it.)