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Google Assistant Gets New Features At IFA 2019

Google Assistant plays a vital role in our day-to-day life in this digital world, and it has lots of abilities which helps us to carry out many things. Well, now Google has announced a couple of new features of the Google Assistant and that includes voice command support for WhatsApp audio and video calls. The company has announced the new features of the world’s most favourite digital assistant at the ongoing IFA 2019 event. So, without making any delay let’s dive to check out all the new features of the Google Assistant.

The company has implemented the new Ambient mode in the Google Assistant and this will provide a new visual overview and make it easy to see the notifications and the reminders. With this feature, you can able to control your playlist from the smart home devices on the lock screen. And if the device goes standby mode then you will able to see your beautiful photos on the display and that will be pulled from the Google Photos.

Moreover, the Google Assistant also gets the ability of hands-free voice as well as video call from WhatsApp. Which means now we can able to ask Google Assistant to make a call with our voice and no need to touch the device.

That’s not all, Google has announced that Google Assistant will power the new voice-activated speakers and soundbars, which includes the JBL Link Music, Phillips AW25 and TAPN805 (soundbar), Konka G1, SEIKI Tough and Cigar, high fidelity Braun Audio LE01, LE02, and LE03. New Android TVs from Hisense, Sony, TCL, Philips, Changhong, Haier, Skyworth, Metz, Vestel, Sharp, JVC , XGIMI Projector, RCA and SmartTech will also come with Google Assistant support. Headphones like the JBL LIVE300 TWS, Harman Kardon FLY ANC, Bose NC700, Cleer Flow II, and Halo, Phillips PN505 and PH805, and Sony WI-1000XM2 and WH-H910N.

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