+ Saturday August 17th, 2019

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If you’ve been looking for a comprehensive list of Google voice commands then a new website is something you’ll want to check out.

After checking out list after list of Google voice commands on the internet, website developer Kristijan Ristovski decided to build ok-google.io, a website which lists over 150 Google voice commands and their more than 1000+ variations. From brightening or dimming your screen through to converting Australian dollar to USD or any other variation.

The site is laid out beautifully, with a lovely UI. It’s on version 1 at the moment, but Kritze as he’s known on the web, says he’s going to be adding in support for users to submit new commands not on the site. He’s even going to open source the project on Github, so you can see how it’s done.

Ok-Google.io is a really great site, so check it out and let us know which command you discover that you can use every day.

Source: ok-google.io.

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Wayne Moore
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I use it a fair bit for sending messages, calling people, playing music / radio, leaving myself notes and reminders. Mind you I tend to do this from my watch while in the car.

Paul Miller
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I’m surprised at how little I use the ‘OK Google’ feature. On the rare occasions I drive, I might use it to send a text to say, “I’m 5 minutes out, be ready!” Otherwise I find it limited to the odd occasion I feel inclined to show off how smart my phone is. I generally find the speech recognition a little too hit and miss and don’t like how conspicuous it makes me to be speaking into my phone when not obviously on a phone call. But I’ve book marked the page you’ve listed and might play around with it… Read more »

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