How to Use Google Assistant on Galaxy Watch 4

By Furqan Shahid  / 

Samsung and Google have finally decided to bring the much-awaited Google Assistant on the Galaxy Watch 4, making the smartwatch even better than it was before. Now, the Assistant is not available in all regions but knowing Google, it will soon make its way to other regions, too. However, if you have been wondering how to use Google Assistant on Galaxy Watch 4, this tutorial is right here for you.

Now, if you want to go ahead and start setting up Google Assistant on Galaxy Watch 4, you do not really have to jump through several hoops, and you will certainly not be locked behind any software limitations. The process is fairly simple but we still have all the steps for you.

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If you are familiar with how to install apps on your Galaxy Watch 4, then this guide is not something that should make things complicated for you. However, if you do not, you can read on and learn how to install and set up Google Assistant on Galaxy Watch 4. We are not here to make things complicated for you.

Step 1: On your Galaxy Watch 4, open the Play Store.

Step 2: Once the Play Store is open, scroll down and select My Apps.

Step 3: Now, you have to go ahead and tap Assistant in the list of apps that have new updates available and then hit Update.

Step 4: Once the update is done, you will find Google Assistant in the app drawer on your watch.

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Step 5: Launch the Google Assistant on your Galaxy Watch 4 and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

Once the setup is complete, you can go ahead and assign Google Assistant as your default virtual assistant, and in order to do that, simply follow the following steps.

Step 1: Open Settings on your Galaxy Watch 4.

Step 2: Go to Advanced feature.

Step 3: Now select Customize keys.

Step 4: Select Assistant under Press and hold

Once you are done following the steps in this tutorial, you will be able to get the Google Assistant on Galaxy Watch 4 without any hassles, whatsoever. It certainly is the better virtual assistant and gets the job done.

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