You Can Now Dictate WhatsApp Messages via Google Now Voice Command

29 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Android users can now say ‘Ok Google’ to send messages via WhatsApp, Viber.

“Just say, ‘Ok Google, send a WhatsApp message to Joe’ — after which you’ll get a prompt asking you to dictate your message,” the firm said in a blog post.

In April, Google launched custom voice actions on Android, allowing users to control select third-party apps simply by starting with the “Ok Google” command. Yesterday, the search engine giant announced Google Now update that lets user’s send messages using Google Voice commands via Whatsapp and other messaging apps, including WeChat, Telegram, NextPlus and Viber. According to Google’s Blog, users will be able to use this feature in English initially (not only in the US) and will be working to add more apps and languages in the future. If the person you’re trying to reach is listed within your contacts, they must be identified by the same name within the requisite messaging app, if the feature is work properly. The downloading process of Whatsapp is pretty simple any users with even no technical knowledge can follow these steps to download the latest version on Android platform.

These apps include news sites such as Guardian and The Economist, travel sites such as Airbnb and TripAdvisor, to even language training apps such as Duolingo. The company is opening up its Google app to third-party services so they can provide users with more features while also offering an experience they can’t get anywhere else.

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