Post Published on April 17, 2015.
Last Updated on April 29, 2016 by davemackey.
Jason Cross over at greenbot has written a great list of known Google Now voice commands. The commands I use or intend to use on a regular basis (and think may be most helpful to you) are:
|Define [word]||Define reasonable|
|What is the weather?||What is the weather|
|What is [quantity] [unit] in [unit]?||What is 12 feet in centimers?|
|What is [mathematical equation]?||What is 10 divided by 2?
What is 10 times 2?
What is 10 plus 2?
What is 10 minus 2?
|Take a picture||Take a picture|
|Turn [on/off] [Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, Flashlight]||Turn on Wi-Fi
Turn off GPS
Turn on Bluetooth
Turn off Flashlight
|Set an alarm for [time]||Set an alarm for 50 minutes|
|Create a calendar event: [calendar event]||Create a calendar event: Meeting with Widget Co. to discuss new website on Monday at 8 am.|
|Remind me to [action]||Remind me to pick up milk|
|Make a note: [note]||Make a note: Google Now is useful.|
|Find [name] [info.]||Find Dave Mackey’s phone number.|
|Call [name]||Call Dave.|
|Text [name] [message]||Text Dave “What is up?”|
|Where is the nearest [place]?||Where is the nearest McDonalds?|
|Directions to [address]||Directions to New York City|