Google just announced that the Assistant will be able to search and control your third-party apps when you ask it to. For example: when you ask for the news on Twitter, you’ll see the latest trending tweets instead of a random account.
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How to use Google assistant to control third-party apps om Android
- Get started by saying, “Hey Google announces Google T.V, helps you easily browse and discover what to watch
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- Google, show my shortcuts.”
- Now you will Able to add shortcuts of most commonly used apps like twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Evernote etc..
- Now you can edit or add shortcut button by simply tapping plus button or editing the shortcut.
- After you have successfully added ,now you can ask Google assistant with a shortcut .
- And for your most common tasks, you can create custom shortcut phrases. So instead of saying “Hey Google, tighten my shoes with Nike Adapt,” you can create a shortcut to just say, “Hey Google, lace it.” You can explore suggested shortcuts or create your own by simply saying, “Hey Google, show my shortcuts” to get to the settings screen.