You won’t have to say ‘Hey Google’ every time you talk to the Assistant anymore

May 8, 2018 Napier Lopez


One of the most annoying things about the Google Assistant is having to repeat ‘Hey Google’ every single time you talk to it. Whether following up on an earlier command or trying to ask multiple questions, it gets tiring very fast. That’ll soon be a thing of the past. At Google I/O, the company announced two new features to simplify you chats with the assistant: continued conversation and multiple actions. They’re pretty much what they sound like, and are right in line with the new features  Amazon added to Alexa. With Continued Conversation, you can follow up on previous requests…

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