With OK Google, you can wake up in the morning by saying "Wake me up at 6 o'clock tomorrow" or "Wake me up at 7 o'clock tomorrow". Here, I will introduce how to realize "Wake me up at 6 o'clock tomorrow" or "Wake me up at 7 o'clock tomorrow" using OK Google.
How do you wake up in the morning? Some people use the alarm function of their smartphones, some people use alarm clocks, and some people who are weak in the morning set multiple alarms.
Also, on weekdays, you wake up at the same time almost every day, so once you set the time on your alarm clock or smartphone, the alarm will sound at the same time the next day. But do you find yourself waking up at an unusual time every once in a while?
I think it's troublesome to set an alarm or timer every time in such a case. So, I'll show you how to set an alarm just by saying "Wake me up at 6:00 tomorrow" or "Wake me up at 7:00 tomorrow".
Then, what tools should be used to set alarms and timers just by saying "Wake me up at 6 o'clock tomorrow" or "Wake me up at 7 o'clock tomorrow"? Do you know the tool called "Google Assistant"?
Google Assistant is an AI assistant developed by Google. It was announced at "Google I/O" in 2016 as a service using the company's machine learning, natural language analysis, cloud technology, etc.
Smartphones support Android 7.0 Nougat or 6.0 Marshmallow. You can also install it from the App Store for iOS 10.0 or later.
Features of Google Assistant
Google Assistant is an AI assistant made by Google, and it will give you various responses and help just by talking to "OK Google" etc.
AI assistants include Amazon's Alexa and LINE's Clover, but compared to them, Google Assistant has three major features. It is below.
- Abundant functions linked with Google services and products
- Japanese speech recognition accuracy is very good
- Extend what third parties can do with Extended Actions
Google Assistant is built into your smartphone! Possible on iPhone
So what kind of device do you need to prepare to use Google Assistant? In fact, most smartphones and devices can be equipped with Google Assistant.
You can download the Google Assistant from the App store even on the iPhone, which is most commonly used in Japan. If you are using a smartphone with Android™ 5.0, you can also download it from Google Play.
By the way, you can use it without downloading the application. After completing the voice registration, you can start the "Google Assistant™" by saying "Ok Google" or by pressing and holding the home button.
How to introduce Google Assistant
Now let's take a look at how to use the Google Assistant. Anyone can install it by accessing the site to download the app from the terminal introduced earlier and downloading the Google Assistant.
Google Assistant is also a free service. You don't need to be charged or charged just because you use a lot. It also receives regular updates from Google, so you'll always have new features available.
So if you are interested in reading this article, please download the Google Assistant. It is very easy to use, such as how to use and notes on Google's official website, so please consider it.
Did you know the features of Google Assistant and how to introduce it? Next, I will introduce how to use Google Assistant after downloading it.
Google Assistant can be used on some devices that require the app to be launched and devices that do not require the app to be launched. So let's check first which one is compatible with the device you are using. For iPhone, it needs to be started.
Once the Google Assistant is ready to use, say "Ok Google" . Then the voice will come back from Google Assistant. If he doesn't come back, say "OK Google" again.
In addition to smartphones and tablets, Google Assistant recently released a device called “Google Home”.
Google Home is a smart speaker developed by Google. It was announced in May 2016 and released in the United States in November of the same year. The following year it was also released in the UK, Australia, Canada, France, Germany and Japan.
Google Home allows users to activate services through the built-in "Google Assistant" by speaking voice commands.
It also integrates a number of services, both Google and third-party, that allow users to listen to music, view videos and photos, and receive the latest news by voice.
Google Assistant Benefits
Next, we will introduce the advantages and disadvantages of Google Home and what you can actually do. The biggest advantage of Google Home is that you can set up and turn on various devices just by talking to them.
For example, if you have a handicapped person or you can't find the remote control for the power supply, you can turn on the fluorescent light switch or turn on the TV just by calling out from Google Assistant.
So sooner or later, there will be no power button in the house, and the time will come when Google Assistant will manage all the power. Google Assistant uses the latest technology.
Google Assistant Disadvantages
Here are some pros and cons of Google Assistant. As I introduced earlier, Google Assistant can turn on the power and change settings just by speaking. But on the contrary, it responds only with voice.
Therefore, if the pronunciation is bad or the surrounding noise is noisy, it may not be possible to recognize the voice correctly and the Google Assistant may not work properly. They may also do things they didn't think they were doing, such as making mistakes.
While Google Assistant is very convenient and easy to use, it becomes very inconvenient when it is not recognized well. So for now, I recommend using them separately.
What Google Assistant can do
Now that you know the pros and cons of Google Assistant, what can Google Assistant actually do? As already introduced, you can turn on the power and set alarms and timers.
In addition, it will tell you information on transfer guidance, and will also tell you today's weather. This is designed so that Google Assistant accesses the Internet, automatically collects information, and tells you that information.
So if you have a Google Assistant at home, it will do almost everything from getting the news in the morning to turning on the rice cooker at night and heating the bath. That's why it's getting so much attention now.
Did you understand that you can set alarms and timers by saying "Ok Googole" on Google Assistant? Google Assistant can set alarms and timers, but do you know the difference?
Here, we will introduce how to use "alarm" and "timer" properly when you say "Ok Googole" with Google Assistant. If you don't understand how to use "alarm" and "timer" properly, you may make the wrong settings.
So before you ask Google Assistant to "wake me up at 6:00 tomorrow" or "wake me up at 7:00 tomorrow", let's first understand the difference between an alarm and a timer.
First of all, as for how to use "alarm" and "timer" properly with Google Assistant, set the alarm if you want it to ring at the specified time. An alarm is like an alarm clock in the morning.
An alarm has a meaning such as an alarm clock or an alarm.
So if you want to wake up at 7 o'clock in the morning, it's called an alarm. If you say "Wake me up at 6 o'clock tomorrow" or "Wake me up at 7 o'clock tomorrow" with Google Assistant, an alarm will be set at 7 o'clock or 6 o'clock.
On the other hand, as a way to distinguish between "alarm" and "timer" with Google Assistant, the timer will sound after the specified time has elapsed.
The timer is used to set the number of hours after which the phone will sound or vibrate. So if you're cooking and you say "tell me in 10 minutes" to Google Assistant, it will set the timer in 10 minutes.
As you can see, there are points to distinguish between alarms and timers, so make sure you understand them before talking to Google Assistant.
Did you understand how to distinguish between alarms and timers? So if you say to Google Assistant, "Set a timer for 7am", it may not recognize the voice command.
So when talking to Google Assistant, watch out for good mistakes in voice commands.
It is also an advantage of Google Assistant, and it will be a disadvantage, so let's know.
From here, I will introduce how to set an alarm with Google Assistant and how to use it. Google Assistant is a voice AI, so basically you can set it up and use it by talking to it.
However , setting an alarm multiple times or setting it only once requires some tricks. If the Google Assistant does not recognize the voice well, you can not set the alarm well.
So here we will focus on how to use the Google Assistant. Please refer to it.
First of all, as a way to set an alarm with Google Assistant, I will introduce how to set an alarm only once. It's an effective way to use it when you have to wake up at 5 am tomorrow, so let's know.
If you say "OK Google, let me know when it's 5 o'clock!" It only rings once, so you don't have to stop it. So it is convenient to set the alarm only once.
You can also use "Ok Google" or "Tell me when it's 5 o'clock" and talk to Google Assistant. However, if you wait too long after saying "OK Google", you won't be able to set the alarm well, so be careful.
First of all, as an example of how to set an alarm with Google Assistant, I will introduce how to set a regular/multiple alarm.
Setting alarms every day can be troublesome, so let's learn how to set regular/multiple alarms at once.
If you set "OK Google, wake me up every Monday at 7 o'clock", the alarm will ring on the day of the week as set.
It can be used in a variety of ways, such as setting an alarm not only in the morning, but also before the time of the drama or program that you check every week.
Next, I will introduce how to stop the alarm and timer with Google Assistant and how to use it. Of course, when you stop the alarm or timer, you can stop the alarm just by speaking.
How to stop the alarm with Google Assistant You can stop the alarm with Google Assistant by saying "Ok Google stop the alarm" or "Ok Google turn off the alarm" . It's important to be clear.
Also, in the case of daily alarm clocks and smartphone alarms, you can stop the alarm by pressing the button, but you have to talk to Google Assistant to stop the alarm. So it might be a good idea to use them separately.
Did you know how to set and stop the alarm with Google Assistant? However, I will finally introduce how to cancel the alarm setting with Google Assistant / how to use it.
Perhaps you need to cancel the alarm setting because the time you wake up will change when your life changes or your work location changes. In the case of smartphones and alarm clocks, it is surprisingly difficult to turn on the settings and change the time every time.
However, disabling the alarm with Google Assistant is just as easy as setting it. You can also use Google Assistant to check the set time of the alarm at the same time, which is very convenient when you forget.
First of all, we will introduce how to cancel the alarm setting with Google Assistant and how to cancel it when only one alarm is set. Since you only have one alarm set, you can unset it with a simple word.
If you say "OK Google cancel alarm" or "OK Google alarm off", you will be asked if you want to turn off the alarm, so you can cancel the alarm setting by saying "YES".
So if you wake up at different times every day, we recommend setting an alarm each time instead of using different alarms each time. Take advantage of the ease of setting and disarming alarms, especially if you only have one.
Next, if you have multiple alarms set, you can say "Ok Google cancel Monday alarm setting" or "Ok Google cancel every Sunday alarm setting". OK.
If only one alarm is set, the difference from the time is to clearly state the day of the week or date for which you are setting the alarm. If you have multiple alarms set, you need to say which day you want to unset the alarm for.
Also, if you do not say the date or the day of the week, all alarm settings may be canceled, so be careful.
If not released
Also, if the alarm setting is not canceled by Google Assistant, try restarting the device or device once. Or it could be a software glitch. We recommend that you take a look around.
Or the voice you speak to Google Assistant may not be unlocked because it is not recognized correctly. You might want to try speaking a little more clearly.
Also, even if you don't know the alarm settings with Google Assistant, you can check the alarm settings just by speaking. You can check the
current alarm settings by saying "OK Google tell me the alarm settings" . So let's check the settings first before canceling the alarm settings.
In addition, I will introduce when Google Assistant does not recognize well. Google Assistant recognizes your voice and can change settings or access the Internet on your behalf.
So first of all, let's speak your voice firmly into the Google Assistant's microphone. It may be a good idea to check the status of the microphone as it may not be recognized correctly depending on the condition of the microphone.
Services similar to Google Assistant
Finally, we will introduce services and devices that are similar to Google Assistant. Speech recognition systems like Google Assistant have been getting a lot of attention lately. Among them, we will introduce popular voice recognition services.
Alexa is an AI assistant developed by
Amazon.Amazon Echo is a device equipped with a speaker-type voice assistant called a "smart speaker/AI speaker" that can be connected to an iPhone or Android smartphone via Wi-Fi. If you have the environment, you can download the dedicated app and use it for free.
What makes this natural human voice recognition possible is Amazon's cloud-based voice recognition system, Alexa, and seven microphones incorporating the latest voice recognition technology.
Siri is an AI assistant for iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS.
This is an assistant function that helps you with things you want to do, such as sending messages, setting up meetings, making phone calls, etc. So I think it's a feature that people who use iPhones and iPads are familiar with.
As you can see, there are various types of speech recognition depending on the device and vendor. I think it's best to use the service that best suits you, so let's try various things.
Do you know how to set an alarm/timer like "Ok Google, wake me up at 6 o'clock tomorrow" and "Ok Google, wake me up at 7 o'clock tomorrow"? All you have to do is say "Ok Google" to set the alarm.
Google Assistant is a very good service that can alarm and timer with only voice. A society may soon come where it becomes commonplace for people to get anything just by talking to them.
For the time being, how about using the voice recognition service, even if it's just to set an alarm or timer?