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Steps to change Google Assistant’s voice

Steps to change Google Assistant’s voice

Steps to change Google Assistant’s voice

Steps to change Google Assistant’s voice

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Google Assistant is one of the most popular voice assistants, alongside Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri. It lets you control smart home gadgets with just your voice, like speakers and thermostats.

But Google Assistant isn’t limited to smart homes; it works on smartphones and other devices too.

You can use it to take hands-free photos and set reminders.

One cool thing about Google Assistant is that you can change its voice, language, and even how fast it talks.

Plus, if you have multiple people in your house, each person can customize their own Google Assistant experience. Let’s take a closer look at how you can do all of this.

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How to change Google Assistant’s voice

Changing the voice of your Google Assistant is a breeze.

Simply open the Google Home app on your smartphone or tablet, navigate to the Settings menu, and select the Manage all Assistant settings option.

From there, you can explore a range of colourful circles representing different voice options and choose one to instantly update your device’s dialect.

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Google Assistant’s language

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Google devices support a wide range of languages for users’ preferences. In the Google Home app, you can easily set your preferred language or add a second language for households that speak more than one language. The languages available might differ based on your device and where you live, so it’s a good idea to check your settings for specific options.

For those looking for a more unique experience, Google Assistant offers celebrity voices like John Legend and Issa Rae. You can activate these voices with a simple voice command, such as “Hey Google, talk like John Legend,” and enjoy personalized interactions.

Furthermore, Google Home lets you assign different voices based on who’s giving the commands, providing customized responses for each member of the household. By teaching Google Home to recognize individual voices and setting voice preferences accordingly, you can create a truly personalized experience for everyone at home.

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