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TechnologyGoogle teasing John Legend voice for Google Home

15:15  27 march  2019
15:15  27 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

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How to make John Legend sing to you as your new Google Assistant voice It's easy to get famous crooner John Legend to talk to you if you're using Assistant.

At the 2018 I/O, Google announced that six new voices are rolling out for the Assistant with " John Legend lend[ing] his melodic tones to the Assistant later this year." Though the singer-songwriter's voice failed to become a voice option by the end of 2018, over this weekend just three.

At the 2018 I/O, Google announced that six new voices are rolling out for the Assistant with " John Legend lend[ing] his melodic tones to the Assistant later this year." Though the singer-songwriter's voice failed to become a voice option by the end of 2018, over this weekend just three.

Google teasing John Legend voice for Google Home© Provided by AFPRelaxNews John Legend's voice has come to Google Home devices.

On Sunday, redditor therealjustin published a post in the Google Home subreddit reporting that when he said "Thank you, John Legend" to his Google Home Mini, the assistant's voice switched to John Legend's to say "You're very, very welcome."

At the 2018 I/O, Google announced that six new voices are rolling out for the Assistant with "John Legend lend[ing] his melodic tones to the Assistant later this year." Though the singer-songwriter's voice failed to become a voice option by the end of 2018, over this weekend just three months into 2019, redditors have been hearing Mr. Legend responding to their "thank you"s with "You're very, very welcome," as spotted by Android Police.

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Google originally claimed that John Legend would become a regular voice for Google Assistant, so the new feature might be the company's way of Google says six new voices are coming to the Google Assistant, including that of singer John Legend . The company made the announcement at

Here are the steps to change the voice on your Google Home or Google Assistant device to John Legend . But, the Legend voice might not be what After anxiously waiting to hear the buttery smooth voice of John Legend coming through our Google Assistant-compatible devices, the time has finally

Google teasing John Legend voice for Google Home© Todd Williamson/Getty Images for Google Home Photo by Todd Williamson/Getty Images for Google Home

With confirmation from other redditors commenting on the thread, the group found that saying "Hey, Google...Thank you, John Legend" prompts the Assistant's voice to switch to the singer's voice which always responds with, "You're very, very welcome." Android Police recorded the response here:

As of right now, this voice is still not available as an option in the Home app. It's simply an Easter egg of sorts, though it's likely that the official release is near.

The 2019 Google I/O will take place from May 7 to May 9.


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