#1 – General Use
Before we delve into the specificities, we need to get the general outlines of using Google Assistant straight. First, if you own an Android device, then you have half the work done for you.
Devices that ship with the Android operating system come with the Google Assistant app ready to use. All you have to do is say “Ok Google” to make it listen to your commands (all Google Assistant devices will listen to your commands in this manner).
Moreover, you can directly open the Google Assistant app and start giving it commands.
Second, if you own an iPhone from Apple, you know that the company ships the devices with its proprietary AI assistant called Siri.
However, if you are not a fan, there are a few things you can do to change that, and that starts with installing the Google Assistant app from the App Store. Unfortunately, you will have to open the app each time you want to use it.