If you are a parent or you often find yourself needing to argue in public in your home, Google yearsit is an extension of the Assistant it can be useful. It’s growing Broadcast tool which was initially limited to its smart speakers and displays on iPhones and Android devices. The company also announced a series of new Helper items, including news, games, music and a surprise for Mother’s Day.
Broadcast allows you to send messages to all connected devices at once, and you can create groups to specify who you want to access. Google allows you to create a Family Group of six of your siblings, and the expansion that is announced today gives you access to these members on their mobile phone. As can already be done from the Nest speaker or display, the contacts can now respond to your message from Android or iPhone.
Google is changing his family Bell which allows you to set alarms like bells at school throughout the day. From today on, you can have Family Bells ringing on several devices in your home at once, instead of just one. It also supports eight new languages, including Japanese, Korean, Hindi, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish.
The sponsor also offers courses, and the company is adding to its library this week. It is affiliated with Pottermore Publishing to provide Harry the Creator story. For a smart display or Android device, you can ask the Assistant “Tell me a Quidditch story” to find out more about fraudulent games. Google says more from A World Without Freedom is coming to the end of the year.
In addition to the fiction, the Assistant is also getting new notes from Penguin Random House’s Who he was list. With the words “Talk to the Former Game,” you can listen to the stories of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ida B. Wells, and over 100 others. Are You Wise Than Group 5 on intelligent demonstrations supported by the Assistant. Finally, there are two new songs about dental hygiene that Google said are meant to “help kids stay active and do their homework.” The company also laughed at the surprise of Mother’s Day for those who carried the timer this week.
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