A Complete List Of Google Now Voice Commands [INFOGRAPHIC]

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A Complete List Of Google Now Voice Commands [INFOGRAPHIC]

Google Now is the search engine company’s answer to Apple’s Siri. It responds to voice commands, and can be called as a voice assistant performing some limited functions.

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If you’ve ever come across Siri, then it comes with some instructions that you can follow to use it, apart from asking dumb questions (which many people do). Just like that, Google too has a support page related to Google Now and its voice commands, however, it’s pretty limited in functionality. Google advises users to see examples of voice commands on the Google Now screen by saying Google and then Help.

Trendblog.net has created an infographic that lists not one, two or three, but a total of 60 Google Now voice commands. Think of this as an ultimate list of Google Now voice commands that the official page is missing.

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These commands are related to notes and reminders, time and date, communication, weather, maps, conversions, sports, web browsing, entertainment and easter eggs (which are really fun to try). For example, you can say “wake me in…” to set an alarm, or “Go to….(website name).” Some of these commands really save your precious time so that you don’t have to tap, but simply say it out loud.

So here’s the full infographic. We hope this infographic teaches you something new, so that you can get the most out of Google Now. Just in case if you know any other commands that are not listed here, feel free to let us know via the comments section.

Google Now Voice Commands

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