Google Assistant for Android TV launches first on SHIELD TV

Google Assistant for Android TV launches first on SHIELD TV

Google Assistant for Android TV launches first on SHIELD TV

Nvidia's integration of Google Assistant was first revealed way back in January, but the feature was announced as something that would be coming later.

This particular update would allow you wake up your NVIDIA Android TV by saying the magic word "OK Google" on the sensitive microphones of the controller.

Besides, Google Assistant will also be able to display information about your shows such as the cast without interfering with the playback. Google Assistant on the Shield TV has a new visual design and is capable of doing much more than what Voice Search could.

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In addition to the immediate availability of the Google Assistant on the NVIDIA SHIELD TV, today marks the beginning of the pre-order period for the Samsung SmartThings Link, a USB stick which can be plugged into NVIDIA's set-top box and turn it into a Samsung SmartThings IoT hub.

Google Assistant has now become a part of our smartphones, smart speaker, and headphones. And the recent price drop for the basic Shield TV-plus-remote price down to $180 for makes it an even more attractive option. The lineup includes Nexus Player, other TVs with Android OS, and Xiaomi's Mi Box. It supports HBO Now and Netflix for the first two. And once you're caught up, prepare for your own day by asking "what's on my agenda for today?" Various apps for Google Assistant are also available on Android TV, so you will now be able to take advantage of them (Wall Street Journal, Fitstar, Tender). With Google Express, you can shop and reorder from Walgreens, Walmart, and many other stores. The Mountain View, California-based internet giant is commemorating the latest milestone in its consumer-oriented AI efforts by offering users three months of YouTube Red subscription free of charge. Coupled with a large screen to which your NVIDIA SHIELD TV is connected to, the feature has the potential to transform one's smart TV experience, Google suggested.

The Shield TV can also work with other supported Assistant devices, making it useful for controlling other smart devices in your home like lights, audio systems, etc. Let us know in the comment section below!

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