Wondering How Google Assistant Works On Headphones? Google Posts Instructional Videos To Enlighten Us
Google Assistant on headphone officially debuted on Bose QC35 II, last week. While many publications already uploaded reviews of the headphones with Assistant, but there was not much information available from Google.
The company finally realised the need for educational videos to show the working of Assistant on headphones. Google has posted three videos to enlighten the inquisitive minds about how exactly Assistant takes over the functioning of headphones. The Bose QC35 II is the first device in the lineup, more models are expected to launch, and one model could be from Google itself.
Three instructional videos posted by Google are enough to help you get started. The first video (below) talks about different functionalities of Assistant on headphones. Mainly, the video shows how users can summon the Assistant to listen to music, jump to next track, send messages, and check out events in Calendar. All these actions can be carried out just by clicking the Assistant button on headphones.
The second video (below) is more of an overview perhaps functioning of Assistant on headphones "in a nutshell." For example - you have to press the Assistant button once to hear out the notifications like new messages. To give a voice command to the Assistant, you have to press and hold the button.
Lastly, the third video (below) consists instructions on Assistant's ability to handle notifications. The first being its capacity to tell you time and notifications on your device on a single press of the button. The main utility is to know about notifications on your phone without the need to reach your phone. Assistant on headphones will notify whenever you get a message, and you can choose to take action or ignore it.
You can watch all the three videos to learn more about Assistant on headphones.
We think these instructional videos from Google will surely help interested buyers know better about Assistant's functioning on headphones. What do you think? Would you be interested in buying headphones with Assistant? Share your views in the comments section below.