Virtual assistants, form various tech companies, have become ubiquitous during the past half decade or so. Moreover, they have become very smart—thanks to artificial intelligence technology—that sometimes we confuse them for real human beings.
Of course, we refer here to Google Assistant’s ability to make phone calls for you and book appointments on your behalf!
As we have said, the market is ripe with these virtual assistant apps; for example, you can ask Siri on your iPhone to help you do things throughout the day, or you can interact with the Amazon Alexa app through the dedicated Alexa speaker and have it play music for you or buy stuff for you on Amazon.
However, in this article, we are going to set Alexa and Siri for iPhones aside and focus on Google Assistant.
If you own an Android device, then this article is for you. Through reading this, you are going to learn how to organize your life in the easiest manner possible—just be willing to give some voice commands.
Note; you can do this with a wide range of devices: the Google Home speaker, Chromecast, Google Nest Hub, etc—all of these accept Google voice commands!