Google Assistant’s Winter Olympic Guide
Google assistant is geared up to be your personal guide for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Stay up to date on the latest competitions by asking your assistant questions. She’ll responds audibly to your inquiries. You don’t have to search through web page results to find the answer. You can get key information while on the go so you’ll never miss what is going on in Pyeongchang.
On iOS devices launch the Google Assistant App. You can ask her questions by tapping the microphone or by saying “OK Google”. Depending on which android device you have, you can initiate the assistant through the Google Assistant app or just by saying “OK Google” to your phone.
To get started try asking Google Assistant, “OK Google. How many Gold medals has the US won in the Olympics?”
Test your Olympic knowledge by saying, “OK Google. Talk to NBC Sports Trivia”.
To hear the latest Olympic News say “OK Google. Listen to news from the Olympic Channel”.
If Google Assistant doesn’t have a direct answer to your question, she will respond with typical web search results. Google Assistant is designed to help keep you in the know on PyeongChang 2018 while you are on the go and without having to search through web search links.
Google Assistant comes standard on Android devices. For iOS users, download the free app. If you have accidentally deleted the app on your Android device you can download it from the app store.