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The phrase "Ok Google" will no longer be required for multiple teams

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The phrase "Ok Google" will no longer be required for multiple teams
According to rumors, Google plans to drop the famous phrase for several commands of the voice assistant. The new control mode was lit up in the code of the proprietary mobile operating system. The innovation will make the use of devices more convenient, but at the same time there are questions regarding the protection of user data.

The phrase "Ok Google" will no longer be required for multiple teams


According to the site 9to5Google, the opt-out will not be available for all requests. The Quick Phrases function combines several of the most common and used commands in everyday life. These include setting an alarm and timer, playing music, turning lights on and off, requesting weather data and the latest news reports.

During testing, it was found that in the utilities Google Home and Google Assistant, simplifying the appeal is not possible for all teams. Nevertheless, the functioning of Quick Phrases raises questions for testers, since the assistant can receive some phrases addressed to another person in his address, and this stops making the dialogue of people private.

The development of the Quick Phrases function started in the spring of 2021. There is no data yet on release dates and supported devices.

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