Published On: Thu, Mar 5th, 2020

Google Assistant on Android can now review whole web pages to you

Just a few weeks behind during CES, Google gave a hide look of a underline that would let your Android inclination review whole web pages aloud to we — ideal for when we don’t have a palm giveaway to corkscrew though still need to locate adult on some text, or for when we only don’t feel like looking during your shade anymore. You’d say, “Hey Google, review this page,” and they’d spin adult Google Assistant’s neural networks to beget a flattering dang spot-on reading of it.

Today that underline starts rolling out to all Android users.

A few engaging bits:

  • It’ll prominence a content and automobile corkscrew a page as it reads, assisting we to keep lane of where a reading has gotten in a story. Google had mentioned this underline as a probability before, though they weren’t certain it would be prepared for launch. It’s in!
  • You can tweak a review speed if a defaults are too slow/fast for you. Perfect for those people who listen to podcasts during 3x or whatever.
  • It can translate! If a page you’re seeking partner to review is in a denunciation that isn’t your default, it can automatically interpret some-more than 40 languages into your denunciation of choice.
  • If you’re a webmaster and for some reason don’t wish Assistant ever reading a page out shrill (like if it contains supportive information and we don’t wish a underline somehow being triggered accidentally), they’ve built a “No page review aloud” HTML meta tab that will invalidate it on a page-by-page basis.

Google says this underline should work on only about each complicated Android phone going behind to Android 5 (Lollipop).

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