There are many things we can do with Google Now and we don’t know. The voice assistant available on Android, iOS and Chrome is capable of understanding quite natural language and answering almost any question we ask it. Many users prefer to do everything “by hand”, and yet taking advantage of these tools can save us a lot of time.
One of the reasons why some users do not use Google Now is because they do not know what to say to you. Despite the fact that we constantly read about how advanced the artificial intelligence it uses is, we still partly believe that it may not understand us. We prefer to type a question in the search engine than simply say “OK Google”. This site and its extensive list of commands may be able to help you get more out of Google Now.
Ok-google.io It is not an official Google website. It was created by a Macedonian designer and developer who uses the alias Kitze. Tired of constantly seeing a new article with a number of useful commands in different places, he set about compiling in one place the most extensive list of commands available for Google Now that was possible.
So far the site has more than 150 commands and over 1000 variations of these. They are organized into 25 different categories, ranging from weather and unit conversion, to Gmail integration, messaging, and calling. Reviewing them all will give you an excellent idea of the incredible utility that this AI can have if we know how to take advantage of it.
This website is constantly updated, and is an excellent command repository to have in the browser’s favorites. And yes, all the commands are in English, but they serve to give you an idea of everything you can ask and order from Google Now, since the equivalent translation works perfectly in Spanish.
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