In a new update to the app this week though, Google has added support for Siri shortcuts, meaning if you really, REALLY have had enough of Siri, you can pretty much punt her from your life forever and nestle into the warm, glowing, warming glow of Google Assistant forever. You can also start Siri up with "Hey Siri", followed immediately by "Hey/OK Google".
Google Home Hub £139 £99 at AO.comThere's a lot to love about the Google Home Hub - not only is it a smart speaker, but it can also tell you the news, manage your calendar, and control your smart home devices.
The latest version of the iOS Google Assistant app now creates Siri Shortcuts for you. Having said that, it does seem a little awkward to see Siri being used like that.More news: Here Are All the Stores Open and Closed on Thanksgiving 2018
More news: Despite top court’s blessing, Indian women still can’t enter this Hindu temple
More news: Trump reportedly tried to order prosecution of Hillary Clinton and James Comey
Google Assistant is available on the App Store.
If high-end Chromebooks are your cup of tea, you can slash $300 off Google's year-old Pixelbook, though with the Pixel Slate coming soon, I'd hold off on this particular purchase unless you certain it's right for you.
Google Assistant supports far more smart home devices and has integration with other services when compared to Siri so this shortcut is definitely going to be useful for many. The Google Assistant is way smarter than Siri, and this Shortcut unlocks the power of a completely handsfree Google Assistant experience on your iOS device. In many aspects Google Assistant is a lot more capable than Siri, for example, it's better at speech recognition, making both understanding commands and writing text messages hands free easier.
The process is more complex than usual because it requires several intermediate steps until Google Assistant begins to interpret what the user says.