Google Assistant will start giving stories to children when giving your command
Google has added a great feature to its assistant, which is very special for parents. This feature will teach children stories by reading stories. Whenever you give commands to Google Assistant, it will start reading and reciting stories from the Panchatantra and the rest of the children. Although only English stories will be heard in this but the company may soon update this feature for Hindi stories. You
can activate such things
if you want Google to teach stories to children, you will have to say ‘Hey Google, tell me a story’ on Android or iOS device. After this, it will start to tell the story. Do not speak the lie of an assistant, do not greed, do not quarrel, and even read the stories of the Panchatantra who gave such a message.
Launched in 4 countries,
Google has launched ‘Tell me a Story’ feature in four countries, including India, Australia, UK, and the United States. Product Manager of Google Assistant Eric Liu wrote a blog post and told that the latest version of Google Play Books should also be installed in the user’s Android or iOS device to listen to the best stories.
Let us know that this feature was first introduced in 2018. But then this feature was only available on Google Home Devices.