No Need To Say ‘Hey Google’ After Google Assistance Quick Phrase Update Rolls Out

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A replica of Hello Google !

According to a report by 9to5Google, Google Assistant’s latest APK contains lines of code that hint at the possibility of a feature that was previously codenamed Guacamole, also known as Voice Shortcuts. In their breakdown of the latest APK, 9to5Google “managed to enable the Assistant settings page for Quick Phrases”. The report says that Google Assistant will be able to do several tasks without the user waking up the assistant by saying ‘Hello Google’ or ‘Ok Google’. Once the feature is enabled for everyone, users will have to select which tasks they want to be done through the feature. For those wondering about the security of the feature, user recognition through Voice Match will work with the Google Quick Phrase update.

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