Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Google Assistant is now available for most Chromebooks via Engadget

My Chromebook showed this update a few days ago and it installed easily. Whenever the Chromebook is awake you can say “Ok, Google” and access all the commands of a Google Home hand-free. This includes smart home commands, too. — Douglas

Google has started rolling out Chrome OS 77, and it makes Assistant widely available to the devices the platform powers. The voice AI used to be a Pixel exclusive, though adventurous users have been able to switch it on as a hidden feature for a while if they're in one of Chrome OS' beta channels. The platform's latest version makes Assistant available "on most Chromebooks," and all users need to do to summon it is to say Hey Google" or click the Assistant logo from the Launcher.

Read Google Assistant is now available for most Chromebooks via Engadget


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