OK GOOGLE Voice Commands With New Additions

If you’re too lazy to scroll through your phone options, you can access a list of voice commands on your phone by tapping the mic and saying “What should I do now” or “Show me what you got”

App-specific voice commands

“Send an  [Allo] message to [will]” (you’ll also have to say “Yes” to send the transcribed message)

This same voice command works with WhatsApp, WeChat, Telegram, Hike, Viber and Next Plus and there is a variety of possible formats:

“Send a [Hike] message to [Sonial]”

“Send a [WhatsApp] to [Iris]”

“Send a message with [Next Plus]”

“Send a message to [Neha] with [Viber]”

“Search for [document name] in Google Drive”

“Play [Love of my life]”(If you have same named song then be more specific like say artist name or band name)

“Shazam this song”

“Open TuneIn in car mode”

“Show attractions near me”(you can also use app like Trip adviser, make my trip etc )

“Open Instagram”

“Activate home mode in Wink”

“Scan my receipt in Walmart”

Search [Tumblr] for [cat pictures] (more apps are added to this search-within-apps function all the time)Remember your preferred apps

If you say something such as, “OK Google, “Send a [WhatsApp] to [Noah]”, Google will automatically open the Walmart app to scan your receipt. If, however, you don’t mention the app and just say “OK Google, send a message to….”, Google will pop up a window offering you a few options.

If you repeatedly choose the same one (in this case, the hike app), Google will learn that you prefer to scan receipts with the Walmart app and will automatically launch that in the future when you say, “OK Google, scan my receipt”.

General Voice commands

“Define [kenl]” (Or “What does [ken] mean?”)

“What time is it in [Uganda]?”

“What’s the weather in [Canada] [this weekend]? 0r “will it rain today?”

“What is the status of united flight 8890?”

“What’s [100km] in [miles]?” , “What is [20 grams] in [ounces]?

What’s [135] divided by [7.5]? (A great many types of math equations will work.)

“Search for [chicken recipes]?”

“Say [where is the supermarket] in [Spanish]?”

“When will the sun rise?”

“Who invented [the internet]?”

“Who is [Abraham Lincoln’s father]?”

“Show me pictures of [alexandro daddario]”

“Post to Google+ [feeling great]”

“Post to Twitter [feeling lucky]”

“Search [Pinterest] for [kim kardashian]”

“What is [French] for [how are you]?”

“What is the meaning of [life]?”

“Who is The Booker prize award winner in [2016] ?”

“Stock price of [AIG]”

“What is [Apple] trading at?”

“Author of [The Sellout]” / “Who wrote [The Luminiars]?”

“How old is [Christian Bale]?”

“Where was [Tony Kroos] born?”

Productivity related voice commands

“Set an alarm 5 hrs. from now”

“Set a timer for [10 minutes]”

“Remind to take out trash when I get home” (first ensure your location is on)

“I’d like to schedule a meeting tomorrow morning with Amy”

“Where’s my package? (tracking confirmation must be in Gmail)

“Remember to go for a run at [7 am]”

“Remind me to [buy coffee at 7 am] or you can also  (try locations! Remind me to [buy coffee at New Corner])

“Find [Swapnil’s] [phone number] (Works with all info in your contacts – addresses, birthdays, etc.)

“‘note to self’ I parked my bike at D station”

“Show me my bills. (or: My bills due this week.)

Applications and device controlling voice commands

“Open [Pinterest]”

“Open [Settings]”

“Launch [WhatsApp]”

“Take a [photo / picture / selfie]”

“Record a video”

“[Increase / Decrease] brightness”

“Turn [on / off] [Wi-Fi / Bluetooth / flashlight]”

“[Increase / Decrease] volume”

“Set the volume to [number/full]”

“Mute the phone”

Communication

“Show me all of my recent messages. (Then follow voice prompts)”

“Call [Jude] (also works with relationships: Call [mother]” also works as “Call Jude on speaker phone”

“Text [dad] [I’ll be home by 11 don’t wait]”

Send email to [Rob], subject, [song], message, [checkout this song cover by me!!]

“Call [911]  “call [108]”

“Find [fanny’s] [phone number / email / address]”

“Listen to voicemail”

“When is [Angela’s] birthday?”

Weather

“Weather”

“Do I need an umbrella today?”

“What’s the weather like?”

“Is it going to rain [tomorrow / Monday]”

“What’s the weather in [Colombia]?”

“How’s the weather in [Colombia] on [Wednesday] going to be?”

Maps & navigation

“Where is the nearest [KFC]?”

“Navigate to [Taj Mahal, agra]”

“Directions to [ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL] by [bike]” (also try “get me home”)

“Show me the menu for [Taj]”(if you have any app related to restaurant use that apps name)

“Call [Asian Art Museum]”

“Show me my flight info”(you should have information in your Gmail)

“Where’s my Hotel?”

“What are some attractions around here? or simply “attractions around me”

“How do you say [good night] in [Hindi]?”

“What is [2000 rupees] in [dollars]?”

“What’s the flight status of [Fly Emirates] flight [735]?” (information is fetched from Gmail)

“Show me restaurants near my hotel”-or- “Give me directions back to my hotel” (this works if your hotel confirmation was sent to your Gmail account)

“Map of [Canada]”

“Where is the [Dead Sea]?”

“Find the “Dead Sea”

“Show me the nearby [restaurant] on map”

“Navigate to [Leh Ladakh] on car”

“How far is [Berlin] from []?”

“Directions to [address / business name / other destination]”

“What are some attractions in [Paris]”

Conversions and calculations

“What is the tip for [125] dollars?”

“Convert [currency / length …] to [currency / length …]”

“What’s [measurement / currency …] in [measurement / currency …]?”

“How much is [5] [times / plus / etc] [99]?”

“[45] percent of [30]?”

“Square root of [121]”

“[arithmetic expression] equals”

Sports and Entertainment

“How are [the Lakers] doing?”

“Who won in last El Clasico?”

“Open ‘How I got to Memphis’ in [YouTube?]”

“Best movies by [Clint Eastwood]”

“Best [drama / comedy / action …] movies”

“[Action / Horror / Thriller …] movies of [2010]”

“Oscar winners of [2016]”

“Who acted in [Anthropoid]?”

“Show me the [Premier League] table”

“When is [Real Madrid’s] next game?”

“Who won Italy grand Prix this year?”

“Who is the singer of [‘always on my mind’]?”

“When was [Avatar] released?”

“Number of seasons of [The Suits]”

“Listen to TV”

“What’s this song?”

“Shuffle the music”

“Read [The Hindu]”

“What movies are releasing this weekend?”

“Lyrics of [I see fire]

Web browsing

“Go to [The New York times]”

“Browse to [reddit.com]”

“Open [amazon.com]”

“Show me [alychidesigns.com]”

“Fun” commands

“Do a barrel roll”

“What’s the largest number?”

“Make me Maggie!”

“When am I?”

“Okay Hanna, …” (Instead of ”Ok Google, …”)

“How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.”

“Askew” or “Tilt”

“What is your favourite colour?”

“What is the nature of the universe?”

“Beam me up, Scotty!”

“How to climb the ladder?”

“Lions, tigers and bears…”

“Who’s on first?”

“What is the meaning of life, the universe and everything?”

“Tea, earl grey, hot”

“What is the airspeed velocity of a sneeze?”

“What is the best smartphone?”

“Tell me about yourself”

“Flip a coin”

“What was the last words of [Elvis Presley]”

“Roll dice”

“What does the lion say?”

“What is the largest number?”

“What time is in Tokyo?”

“Who’s on first?”

“Tell me a joke”

“What is Bacon number Robert de Niro?”

And that’s all that I’m aware of till now. Have fun, hope you’ll enjoy them. Happy reading….

 

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