The Google Assistant helps you get everyday tasks done quickly and easily. Whether you’re at home or on the go, ask for help and get it fast – giving you more time to focus on what matters most.
On your phone, the Google Assistant is always with you – it’s there for quick answers, finding nearby locations, and setting reminders. It works across your favourite apps and devices too – seamlessly helping you to get stuff done while you’re on the go.
For fun, you can also ask:
Where you can find the Google Assistant?
There are a couple of ways to access the Google Assistant on your phone. Note you’ll need an internet connection and subscriptions may be required for certain content.
On Android phones say “Hey Google”, or touch and hold the home button then ask your question or say a command. You’ll need a phone with Android 6.0 or higher with Google Play services. Plus, you’ll need at least 1.5GB of memory free and 720p or higher screen resolution.
And on iOS, download the Google Assistant on the App Store and say “Hey Google”, or hold the microphone icon then ask your question or say a command.
How to use the Google Assistant
Here are some more examples on how your Google Assistant can help get you through the day:
Camera / Photos
Search / Answers
Safe, secure, and in your control
You choose what to share with your Google Assistant. If you ever ask your Assistant for help from other services, you stay in control of the information you share. In the ‘You’ tab under your Assistant settings, you can easily add or remove personal information and manage conversation history.
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