We had to wait a few months to finally receive Google Assistant’s quick phrases in Spanish. A type of bypass this Google Assistant command with which we usually invoke it and thus have another type of more personal interaction like that offered by Amazon’s Alexa.
Google Assistant already supports multiple languages
Quick Phrases allow us to bypass the “Ok, Google” for certain commands in Google Assistant. The fact that more languages are supported today
Google, via Android Police, has communicated support for these languages in its forums. I know updated the list of languages and regions that already allow the use of these Google Assistant quick phrases.
Until today, these phrases were only available on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro in English, Japanese, and German. Now They are Italian, Spanish and French
The full list of languages Currently compatible are:
- English (United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and Singapore).
- French (France and Canada).
- Spanish (Europe and United States).
Now well, a few quick sentences that can be used are:
- Activate Bluetooth.
- Take a screenshot.
- Take a selfie.
- I’m a John Legend on Twitter.
- Help me speak Spanish.
- Start with voice recording.
- Look up Henry VIII on Wikipedia.
are only some of the examples which can be used to open the fan for others, since we can activate another series of connections on the mobile or search without having to use the “Ok, Google” to call Google Assistant.