The Google Assistant is far ahead of the competition when we talk about digital assistants on smartphones. While Apple is making gigantic improvements in Siri, Google's virtual assistant seems to seamlessly fit in our daily lives. There are a plethora of things that the Google Assistant can do and there are countless more which an average Android user is not familiar with. Do you know that Google Assistant can read any webpage out loud?
This is How You Can Make Google Assistant Read Webpages Out Loud
The Google Assistant is designed to make our lives easier. When you are not up for tedious tasks, you can simply ask the assistant to do it for you. For instance setting an alarm, calling someone, or simply asking how the weather is going to be like. Moreover, you can also ask Google Assistant to read any webpage for you out loud. The process is fairly simple and many of you might already be familiar with it. If you are not familiar, simply follow the step-by-step instructions below.
1. Open Google Chrome on your phone and navigate to the webpage that you want the Google Assistant to read. It can be any webpage.
2. When the webpage is all loaded up, Initiate the Google Assistant by Voice, through the Power button, or swiping inwards from the bottom corners of the screen.
3. Once Google Assistant is listening to your commands, simply ask the assistant to read the webpage for you. The commands can go as simple as "Read the webpage for me."
This is all that you have to do. Google Assistant will now assess what is on the webpage and then start reading the text. Android will initiate a mini player which will guide you on how long the Google Assistant will read the article. Moreover, you can also adjust the reading speed according to your liking.
The ability to read any webpage out loud is definitely a great feature for anyone to use. It is available on any Android phone that features the Google Assistant. This is all there is to it, folks. How did you like Google Assistant's ability? Let us know in the comments.