The new Google Now has more voice commands than ever before, but it can be difficult for users to keep track of them all.
In walks the latest video from PhoneBuff, which shows off 50 of the voice commands available to Android users with the latest version of Google Now.
The video shows what Google Now is capable of on devices running Android 4.4: KitKat – the phone on display is a Nexus 5 running 4.4.
But most of these commands should work on devices with the latest version of Google Now.
OK Google, now read my mind
The user from PhoneBuff starts off asking conversational questions like "What’s my schedule look like?" and "Where’s my package?"
He also readies a text to be sent, sets a location-based reminder, and prepares an email, all with voice commands.
YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vT0AWDq3DE
Other questions touch on sports, vocabulary, stocks, movie times, language and number conversions, and general trivia.
The phone’s UI even does a barrel roll when he commands it, and it appears Google Now may also replace Shazam.
Google Now appears to be responsive and extremely helpful – much more so than Siri, in fact.
- Google Now for iOS just got a whole lot better, bringing it much further in line with the Android version.