The Assistant will alert you of an incoming call, so you can answer or reject with your voice, so you don’t have to look at your phone. For example, instead of glancing at your device to see who’s calling while you’re driving and then tapping to answer, Google would say something like ‘Call from Katie. Do you want to record? ‘ You can then say “Yes” or “No” to answer or reject the call.
You can also play media from streaming services such as YouTube Music, Spotify and Google Podcasts by saying ‘Hey Google, play [artist]or “OK Google, play [song name]. And you can make requests by genre, album, or just say “play some music.”
To get started, open the Google Maps app on your Android phone and start navigating to a destination. Then tap the popup to get started. You can also say “Hey Google, open Assistant settings” and then select To move and choose Driving mode to enable it.
Google tooto the Maps app, so you can see in real time how busy your public transport line is and see the live status of your pick-up or delivery order. These features are now rolling out to Android and iPhone users, so you may not see them yet.
At the moment, the Assistant Driving Mode feature is only available for Android users (version 9.0 or higher). Google says more features are coming to Assistant driving mode soon.
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