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The complete list of ‘OK, Google’ Assistant

When it comes to task scheduling, alarm setting, and reminder activation, voice assistants can be quite helpful. However, we also come across a plethora of Google commands that let us enjoy ourselves or learn about anything and everything, from algebra to the best restaurants in town. Saying “Ok Google” and asking for suggestions will suffice. These are some of the more helpful and important ones, though, if you’re not sure where to begin.

With a Google Home speaker at home that you have set up and connected to your phone, you can begin using Ok Google to ask questions, request items, and ask any other questions you may have. You can also use it to read news articles, listen to Spotify music, and more. If not, you can test them out on your phone to find all the solutions.

Launch Google

You have to set up the speaker with your phone before attempting any of the Google commands. Additionally, bear in mind that certain options—like the TV or the robot vacuum cleaner, for example—will not be available to you if you do not have associated gadgets. Similarly, if you haven’t linked and registered for an account on Spotify before, you won’t be able to ask him to add songs to it.

It should be noted that not every command listed below is intended to be utilized with the speaker. Additionally, simply hitting the start button on your Android phone, you may access the Google assistant without having to pay for a brand-name speaker. A microphone will appear, and you can experiment with the majority of the Google commands we’ve included in this list.

Fundamental and broad commands

If you want regular, all-purpose Google commands, you can utilize a few simple choices.

Good morning, Google. You may have made it a habit to read the news, turn on the light, and receive traffic updates every morning.
Let’s head home, Google. (traffic update, messages, etc)
Okay, Google, it’s time for bed (you might have already setup the app to play sleep sounds, turn off lights, or set alarms).
Okay, Google, please adjust the volume either up or down.
Turn up the volume to X (a number between 1 and 10), Google.
Okay, Google, turn up the volume to the highest.
You can get Google to recognize the names of the individuals:

Alright, Google, my parents are [person’s name].
Alright, Google, this [person’s name] is my boss / boss.
Hello, Google. My partner or boyfriend goes by [person’s name].
Alright, Google, my mother is [person’s name].
Alright, Google, I work for [person’s name].

General details: hour and time

Okay, Google, tell me the time.
Okay, Google, tell me the time in [city / nation worldwide].
Okay, Google, tell me how much longer [the desired hour] has left.
Okay, Google, will it rain today?
What’s the wind like today, Google?
Alright, Google, will it rain tomorrow?
Alright, Google, will it rain on Friday?
Alright Google, what is this week’s weather forecast?
Alright, Google, how did the [team you wish] go?
Alright, Google, what time is the [team you follow] playing?
What’s now showing in theaters, Google?
Alright Google, what is the [team you desire] alignment?
Alright, Google, how is the [league you desire] rating coming along?
Alright, Google, how did the [team you wish] go?

Reminders and alarms

Okay, Google, sound the alarm.
Alright, Google, notify me in ten minutes.
Okay, Google, please inform me at [any time you choose].
Okay, Google, wake me up tomorrow at [time].
Okay, Google, silence the alert or take it down.
Okay, Google, wake me up at [time you want] every [day].
I should turn off the oven in thirteen minutes, Google.
What alarms do I have, Google?
Okay, Google set a ten-minute timer.
Okay Google, here’s the [time] minute countdown
Okay, Google, please add a calendar event.
Alright, Google, what’s scheduled for me?
Okay, Google made a note.
Google, please display the reminders.
Okay, Google, tell me what’s scheduled for today.
Alright, Google, what’s scheduled for tomorrow?
Okay, Google. When is my upcoming visit with [person / doctor / ]?
Google, please add a note.
Alright, Google, schedule a meeting with [person] for [day] and [hour] on the agenda.
Alright, Google, what’s on my shopping list?
Okay, Google, take the items from the list.

Control of a mobile phone

Not many gadgets allow you to do the reverse, and most of them are Google commands meant to be used with your smartphone rather than your speaker. However, you can use them to operate everything without using your hands simply holding down the start button on your smartphone.

Turn on or off WiFi, OK Google.
Okay, Google, launch the desired program.
Alright, Google, visit [web name]
Alright, Google, provide images of [whatever you desire].
Okay, Google, snap a photo.
Okay, Google, take a video.
Okay, Google, please adjust the volume either up or down.
Okay, Google, change the brightness by adjusting it.
Google, now dial [name of desired individual].
Alright, Google, connect to [contact] via video call.
Alright, Google, tell [person] that ABCDEFG in an SMS.
Alright, Google, mail [person] using [program] and let them know…
Okay, Google, tell the BBB in an email.
Okay, Google, please access my account settings.
Alright, Google, display my search history.
Alright, Google, switch the flashlight on or off.
Okay, Google, turn off your phone.

Control and automation of the house

It can be set up to operate smart lightbulbs, regulate the thermostat, and, if linked, turn on and off the television.

Turn on the smart switch, Google.
Turn on the [name of the smart vacuum set] now, Google.
Okay, Google, get suckling.
Google, get to work cleaning.
Okay, Google, give up sucking
Alright, Google, send the robot to the base.
Google, please halt a [name of the intelligent vacuum cleaner]
Turn on the TV, Google.
Google, please turn out the lights.
Okay, Google, set the lights’ color to [color].
Okay, Google, turn down the lights’ brightness.
Turn down the lights to [number]%, OK, Google.
Okay, Google, please reduce the [number] degree temperature.
Okay, Google, display the security camera footage.
Turn on the air conditioning, Google.
Play [series you want] on Chromecast, OK, Google.

Control the music

You must first set up the player you wish to use by default on your phone in order to play music on Google Home. By going to Settings> Manage services> Music and selecting your preferred option from the list of available services, you can utilize Spotify, YouTube Music, or Google Play Music directly from the Home application on your smartphone. When you go to ask Google to play a song, it will be the one it uses once you have it.

Alright, Google added music to Google Play Music and Spotify.
Alright, Google, add the playlist [list name] to Google Play Music or Spotify.
Okay, Google, search for jazz [or any other genre] on Spotify.
Put [your favorite singer] on Spotify or Google Play Music, please, Google.
Alright, Google, add [your desired music] to Spotify or Google Play Music.
Okay, Google, start a haphazard game.
Okay, Google, play some calming music.
Go to the next song, Google.
Okay, Google, turn off the music.
Go ahead, Google, play again or resume
Alright, Google, what’s on?
Alright, Google. Next / Next music / Skip
Alright, Google, play the previous tune.
Okay, Google, please adjust the volume to [% / number between 1 and 10].
Okay, Google, turn up the volume (by ten percent).
Alright, Google, turn down the volume (it will go down by 10%).
Play the radio [station] on Google, okay?
Play the [frequency] on Google now.
Play [station name and frequency] on Google, okay?

Transportation and Locations

Google, tell me where the closest pharmacy is.
Alright, Google, when does Mercadona open?
Google, tell me the hours of operation for the [museum you want].
Alright, Google, what hour does [your desired establishment] close?
Okay, Google, tell me which restaurant in [city] is the greatest.
Google, tell me where to get omelets in [city] please.
Google, tell me where the nearest ATM is.
Alright, Google, what is visible in [your desired city]?
Google, tell me the location of [iconic building / site].
OK, Google, take a bus to [your desired city].
Okay, Google, tell me how many people are traveling from [location 1] to [location 2]?
Alright, Google, tell me how long it takes to travel to [certain place].
Alright, Google, tell me the address of [restaurant / store]…
Hey Google, what animated films are available at theaters?
Alright, Google, when will Tenet be released?
Okay, Google, tell me about some interesting locations in [city].
Where can I have dinner today, Google?
Alright, Google, how is the traffic in [your chosen city]?
I’d want to take a train to [city you want], Google.
What time is my next flight, Google?

Questions on general culture and languages, etc.

Respond to a wide range of inquiries on characters and general culture.

Okay, Google, what is the age of [famous person you are interested in]?
Who is [character you desire], Google?
Who wrote The Metamorphosis, Google? (Any piece of literature)
Google, tell me what a [word you don’t know] is.
Google, tell me [person you want]’s height.
Google, tell me when Thanksgiving is.
Okay, Google, tell me why Christmas is observed.
Alright, Google, tell me how many calories are in [food you want]?
Okay, Google, please tell me how to make [recipe needed].
Alright, Google, what is the share price of…
Okay, Google, when does [movie whatever] come out?
Alright, Google, tell me when [the desired TV show or film] came out.
Google, tell me where [anyone] was born.
Who is the [year] Eurovision winner, Google?
Alright, Google, tell me how many episodes [the desired series] has.
Alright, Google, tell me how long [the desired video] is.
Who painted [the piece of art you wish to know]? Okay, Google.
Google, tell me where [actor, singer, writer, etc.] was born.
Alright, Google, tell me what sound an elephant or other animal makes.
Okay, Google, tell me the writer’s, singer’s, actor’s birthday.

Two languages, two languages

How can I say hello [word you want] in English, Google?
Google, please explain what “home” [phrase you want] means.
Google, please explain what parasynthesis means. [Word of choice]
Please provide synonyms for “boring” (enter desired word).
Tell me the farthest synonyms for [term you desire], Google.

Calculations and Mathematics

Google can be used as a translator or to quickly solve mathematical problems.

Alright, Google, what is [number] times [number]?
Alright, Google, what is [number] – [number]?
How much is [number] for each [number], Google?
Alright, Google, tell me how much [number] divides to [number].
Alright, Google, count to [number of choice].
Tell me the square root of [number], please, Google.
Alright, Google, tell me the mileage in [number] kilometers.
Alright, Google, tell me the millimeter to [number] km conversion.
Alright, Google, what is [number] euros to dollars?

Enjoyable commands and Google talk

When you’re bored, Google can solve problems, tell you jokes, or sing you a little song. Furthermore, he is well-versed in movies and pop culture, so he can quickly pick up on questions concerning Star Wars or related shows. Because writing down the answers would take away from the assistant’s charm, we prefer that you verify for yourself the answers he gives you when you ask him specific questions.

Google, tell me a joke please.
Google, play a song for me.
Alright, Google, I’m bored. Or, I’m bored (let it amuse you).
Alright, Google, throw a die.
Play animal noises, Google.
Okay, Google, play the rain sound.
Tell me a scary story, Google.
Okay, Google, give me a surprise.
Alright, self-destruction, Google
Alright, Google, tell me something fascinating.
Alright, Google, let’s play.
Google, tell me, who is Siri?
Who is your father, Google?
Alright, Google Beatbox
Tell me when your birthday is, Google.
Who is your boyfriend/girlfriend, Google?
Okay, Google, tell me your age.
Alright, Google, what is your goal?
Google, are you Skynet, please?
Alright, Google, which do you prefer, Star Wars or Star Trek?
Alright, Google, who is the dragon mother?
Alright, Google, are you fluent in morse code?
Alright, Google, tell me what life’s purpose is.
Alright, Google, apply force.
Alright, Google, this is my dad.
Alright, Google, which is the first fight club?
Alright, Google, who resides underwater in a pineapple?
AlVoice assistants are a great tool for task scheduling, alarm setup, and reminder activation. However, we also come across a plethora of Google commands that let us enjoy ourselves or learn about anything and everything, from algebra to the best restaurants in town. Saying “Ok Google” and asking for suggestions will suffice. These are some of the more helpful and important ones, though, if you’re not sure where to begin.

With a Google Home speaker at home that you have set up and connected to your phone, you can begin using Ok Google to ask questions, request items, and ask any other questions you may have. You can also use it to read news articles, listen to Spotify music, and more. If not, you can test them out on your phone to find all the solutions.

Launch Google

You have to set up the speaker with your phone before attempting any of the Google commands. Additionally, bear in mind that certain options—like the TV or the robot vacuum cleaner, for example—will not be available to you if you do not have associated gadgets. Similarly, if you haven’t linked and registered for an account on Spotify before, you won’t be able to ask him to add songs to it.

It should be noted that not every command listed below is intended to be utilized with the speaker. Additionally, simply hitting the start button on your Android phone, you may access the Google assistant without having to pay for a brand-name speaker. A microphone will appear, and you can experiment with the majority of the Google commands we’ve included in this list.

Fundamental and broad commands

If you want regular, all-purpose Google commands, you can utilize a few simple choices.

Good morning, Google. You may have made it a habit to read the news, turn on the light, and receive traffic updates every morning.
Let’s head home, Google. (traffic update, messages, etc)
Okay, Google, it’s time for bed (you might have already setup the app to play sleep sounds, turn off lights, or set alarms).
Okay, Google, please adjust the volume either up or down.
Turn up the volume to X (a number between 1 and 10), Google.
Okay, Google, turn up the volume to the highest.
You can get Google to recognize the names of the individuals:

Alright, Google, my parents are [person’s name].
Alright, Google, this [person’s name] is my boss / boss.
Hello, Google. My partner or boyfriend goes by [person’s name].
Alright, Google, my mother is [person’s name].
Alright, Google, I work for [person’s name].

General details: hour and time
Okay, Google, tell me the time.
Okay, Google, tell me the time in [city / nation worldwide].
Okay, Google, tell me how much longer [the desired hour] has left.
Okay, Google, will it rain today?
What’s the wind like today, Google?
Alright, Google, will it rain tomorrow?
Alright, Google, will it rain on Friday?
Alright Google, what is this week’s weather forecast?
Alright, Google, how did the [team you wish] go?
Alright, Google, what time is the [team you follow] playing?
What’s now showing in theaters, Google?
Alright Google, what is the [team you desire] alignment?
Alright, Google, how is the [league you desire] rating coming along?
Alright, Google, how did the [team you wish] go?
Reminders and alarms
Okay, Google, sound the alarm.
Alright, Google, notify me in ten minutes.
Okay, Google, please inform me at [any time you choose].
Okay, Google, wake me up tomorrow at [time].
Okay, Google, silence the alert or take it down.
Okay, Google, wake me up at [time you want] every [day].
I should turn off the oven in thirteen minutes, Google.
What alarms do I have, Google?
Okay, Google set a ten-minute timer.
Okay Google, here’s the [time] minute countdown
Okay, Google, please add a calendar event.
Alright, Google, what’s scheduled for me?
Okay, Google made a note.
Google, please display the reminders.
Okay, Google, tell me what’s scheduled for today.
Alright, Google, what’s scheduled for tomorrow?
Okay, Google. When is my upcoming visit with [person / doctor / ]?
Google, please add a note.
Alright, Google, schedule a meeting with [person] for [day] and [hour] on the agenda.
Alright, Google, what’s on my shopping list?
Okay, Google, take the items from the list.

Control of a mobile phone

Not many gadgets allow you to do the reverse, and most of them are Google commands meant to be used with your smartphone rather than your speaker. However, you can use them to operate everything without using your hands simply holding down the start button on your smartphone.

Turn on or off WiFi, OK Google.
Okay, Google, launch the desired program.
Alright, Google, visit [web name]
Alright, Google, provide images of [whatever you desire].
Okay, Google, snap a photo.
Okay, Google, take a video.
Okay, Google, please adjust the volume either up or down.
Okay, Google, change the brightness by adjusting it.
Google, now dial [name of desired individual].
Alright, Google, connect to [contact] via video call.
Alright, Google, tell [person] that ABCDEFG in an SMS.
Alright, Google, mail [person] using [program] and let them know…
Okay, Google, tell the BBB in an email.
Okay, Google, please access my account settings.
Alright, Google, display my search history.
Alright, Google, switch the flashlight on or off.
Okay, Google, turn off your phone.
Control and automation of the house
It can be set up to operate smart lightbulbs, regulate the thermostat, and, if linked, turn on and off the television.

Turn on the smart switch, Google.
Turn on the [name of the smart vacuum set] now, Google.
Okay, Google, get suckling.
Google, get to work cleaning.
Okay, Google, give up sucking
Alright, Google, send the robot to the base.
Google, please halt a [name of the intelligent vacuum cleaner]
Turn on the TV, Google.
Google, please turn out the lights.
Okay, Google, set the lights’ color to [color].
Okay, Google, turn down the lights’ brightness.
Turn down the lights to [number]%, OK, Google.
Okay, Google, please reduce the [number] degree temperature.
Okay, Google, display the security camera footage.
Turn on the air conditioning, Google.
Play [series you want] on Chromecast, OK, Google.
Control the music
You must first set up the player you wish to use by default on your phone in order to play music on Google Home. By going to Settings> Manage services> Music and selecting your preferred option from the list of available services, you can utilize Spotify, YouTube Music, or Google Play Music directly from the Home application on your smartphone. When you go to ask Google to play a song, it will be the one it uses once you have it.

Alright, Google added music to Google Play Music and Spotify.
Alright, Google, add the playlist [list name] to Google Play Music or Spotify.
Okay, Google, search for jazz [or any other genre] on Spotify.
Put [your favorite singer] on Spotify or Google Play Music, please, Google.
Alright, Google, add [your desired music] to Spotify or Google Play Music.
Okay, Google, start a haphazard game.
Okay, Google, play some calming music.
Go to the next song, Google.
Okay, Google, turn off the music.
Go ahead, Google, play again or resume
Alright, Google, what’s on?
Alright, Google. Next / Next music / Skip
Alright, Google, play the previous tune.
Okay, Google, please adjust the volume to [% / number between 1 and 10].
Okay, Google, turn up the volume (by ten percent).
Alright, Google, turn down the volume (it will go down by 10%).
Play the radio [station] on Google, okay?
Play the [frequency] on Google now.
Play [station name and frequency] on Google, okay?
Transportation and Locations
Google, tell me where the closest pharmacy is.
Alright, Google, when does Mercadona open?
Google, tell me the hours of operation for the [museum you want].
Alright, Google, what hour does [your desired establishment] close?
Okay, Google, tell me which restaurant in [city] is the greatest.
Google, tell me where to get omelets in [city] please.
Google, tell me where the nearest ATM is.
Alright, Google, what is visible in [your desired city]?
Google, tell me the location of [iconic building / site].
OK, Google, take a bus to [your desired city].
Okay, Google, tell me how many people are traveling from [location 1] to [location 2]?
Alright, Google, tell me how long it takes to travel to [certain place].
Alright, Google, tell me the address of [restaurant / store]…
Hey Google, what animated films are available at theaters?
Alright, Google, when will Tenet be released?
Okay, Google, tell me about some interesting locations in [city].
Where can I have dinner today, Google?
Alright, Google, how is the traffic in [your chosen city]?
I’d want to take a train to [city you want], Google.
What time is my next flight, Google?
Questions on general culture and languages, etc.
Respond to a wide range of inquiries on characters and general culture.

Okay, Google, what is the age of [famous person you are interested in]?
Who is [character you desire], Google?
Who wrote The Metamorphosis, Google? (Any piece of literature)
Google, tell me what a [word you don’t know] is.
Google, tell me [person you want]’s height.
Google, tell me when Thanksgiving is.
Okay, Google, tell me why Christmas is observed.
Alright, Google, tell me how many calories are in [food you want]?
Okay, Google, please tell me how to make [recipe needed].
Alright, Google, what is the share price of…
Okay, Google, when does [movie whatever] come out?
Alright, Google, tell me when [the desired TV show or film] came out.
Google, tell me where [anyone] was born.
Who is the [year] Eurovision winner, Google?
Alright, Google, tell me how many episodes [the desired series] has.
Alright, Google, tell me how long [the desired video] is.
Who painted [the piece of art you wish to know]? Okay, Google.
Google, tell me where [actor, singer, writer, etc.] was born.
Alright, Google, tell me what sound an elephant or other animal makes.
Okay, Google, tell me the writer’s, singer’s, actor’s birthday.
Two languages, two languages
Able to translate or speak multiple languages

How can I say hello [word you want] in English, Google?
Google, please explain what “home” [phrase you want] means.
Google, please explain what parasynthesis means. [Word of choice]
Please provide synonyms for “boring” (enter desired word).
Tell me the farthest synonyms for [term you desire], Google.
Calculations and Mathematics
Google can be used as a translator or to quickly solve mathematical problems.

Alright, Google, what is [number] times [number]?
Alright, Google, what is [number] – [number]?
How much is [number] for each [number], Google?
Alright, Google, tell me how much [number] divides to [number].
Alright, Google, count to [number of choice].
Tell me the square root of [number], please, Google.
Alright, Google, tell me the mileage in [number] kilometers.
Alright, Google, tell me the millimeter to [number] km conversion.
Alright, Google, what is [number] euros to dollars?
Enjoyable commands and Google talk
When you’re bored, Google can solve problems, tell you jokes, or sing you a little song. Furthermore, he is well-versed in movies and pop culture, so he can quickly pick up on questions concerning Star Wars or related shows. Because writing down the answers would take away from the assistant’s charm, we prefer that you verify for yourself the answers he gives you when you ask him specific questions.

Google, tell me a joke please.
Google, play a song for me.
Alright, Google, I’m bored. Or, I’m bored (let it amuse you).
Alright, Google, throw a die.
Play animal noises, Google.
Okay, Google, play the rain sound.
Tell me a scary story, Google.
Okay, Google, give me a surprise.
Alright, self-destruction, Google
Alright, Google, tell me something fascinating.
Alright, Google, let’s play.
Google, tell me, who is Siri?
Who is your father, Google?
Alright, Google Beatbox
Tell me when your birthday is, Google.
Who is your boyfriend/girlfriend, Google?
Okay, Google, tell me your age.
Alright, Google, what is your goal?
Google, are you Skynet, please?
Alright, Google, which do you prefer, Star Wars or Star Trek?
Alright, Google, who is the dragon mother?
Alright, Google, are you fluent in morse code?
Alright, Google, tell me what life’s purpose is.
Alright, Google, apply force.
Alright, Google, this is my dad.
Alright, Google, which is the first fight club?
Alright, Google, who resides underwater in a pineapple?
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