Google Now Voice Commands Cheatsheet websites

Google Now Voice Commands Cheatsheet

Google Now Voice Commands Cheatsheet - Infographic

Google Now Voice Commands Cheatsheet

Google Now Voice Commands Cheatsheet

Google Now has grown so much since it was first announced. You can launch Google Now in a couple of ways. You may swipe up from the bottom edge of your Android’s screen, unlock directly to Google Now screen (available on Jelly Bean only), tap the Google Search bar/widget, or hit the microphone icon on the search widget to initiate a voice-based search. When on the Google Now home screen, you can automatically trigger voice search by speaking the wakeup word ‘Okay Google’ in to your microphone.

Google Now has become a big part of the Android experience. For that reason, we need to get ourselves familiar with the possibilities Google Now has to offer. Here are the most important Google Now voice commands and put them in a “Google Now style”-infographic. Just say the magic words “Okay Google” the microphone is always listening.

===General Commands===

– “Search for  [chicken recipes]?”

– “Say [how are you] in [Spanish]?”

“What is [Schrodinger’s cat]?”

– “Who invented  [the Internet]?”

– “What is the meaning of [life]?”

– “Who is married to [Ben Afflect]?”

– “Stock price for  [Apple]?”

– “Author of  [Game of Thrones]?”

– “How old is [Michael Jordan]?”

– “Post to Google + [feeling great]”


===Notes & Reminders Commands===

– “Remind me to [buy milk] at [5 pm] ”

– “Wake me up in [5 hours]”

– “Note to self: [I parked my car in Section D] ”

– “Set alarm for [8PM]”


===Time & Date Commands===

– “What time is it in [Tokyo]”

– “When is the sunset in [Chicago]?”

– “What is the time zone of [Berlin]? ”

– “Time at home”

-“Create a calendar event: [Dinner in New York] [Saturday at 8PM]”

=== Communication Commands===

– “Call [Daniel]”
-“Send [email] to Daniel, [Subject: Meeting], [Message: Will be there in 5]”

– “Send [SMS] to Philipp mobile, don’t forget to buy milk ”
– “[Contact Name]”


===Weather Commands===

– “Weather”

– “Is it going to rain [tomorrow/Monday]?”

– “Do I need an umbrella”

– “What’s the weather in [Boston]?”

– “How’s the weather in [Portland on [Wednesday] going to be?”

===Maps and Navigation Commands===

– “Map of [Flagstaff] ”
– “Show me the nearby [restaurant] on map”
– “Navigate to [Munich] on car”
– “How far is [Berlin] from [Munich]?

– “Directions to [address/business name/other destination]”

===Calculations & Conversions Commands===

– “What is the tip for [125] dollars?”

– “Convert [currency/length…] to [currency/length…]”

– “How much is [8] times [48]? ”
– “What is [45] percent of [350]? ”
– “Square root of [81]”
– “ ….. equals”

===Sports Commands===

– “How are [the New York Yankees] doing?”

– “When is the next [Los Angeles Lakers] game?”

– “ Show me the [Premier League] table”

– “Did [Bayern Munich] win their last game?”


===Flight Information===

– “Flight [AA 125]?”

– “Flight Status of [AA 125]”

– “Has [LH 210] landed?”

– “When will [AA 120] land/depart?”


===Web Browsing===

– “Go to [Huffington Post]?”

– “Open [] ”

– “Show me []”

– “Browse to []”


===Entertainment Commands===

– “Listen to/play [Intro] by [The XX]?”

– “YouTube [fail compilation]?”

– “Who acted in [Ocean’s 11]? ”

– “Who is the producer of [Gladiator]? ”

– “When was [Alien] released?”

– “Runtime of [Avatar]”

– “Listen to TV”

“What is this song?”


===Easter Eggs===

– “Do a barrel roll”

– “What’s the loneliest number?”

– “Make me a sandwich!”

– “When am I?”

– “Okay Jarvis…” (instead of Okay Google,…)”

– “Who are you?”

– “How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?”

– “Beam me up, Scotty!”

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