Google is expanding its streaming service and adding more features of the family’s smart assistant


broadens The new update Google has a streaming tool that was previously limited to the smart assistant, and it came to iPhones andAndroid, The company also announced a host of new family-friendly features for its smart assistant, including stories, games and songs.

According to “engadget”, broadcasting allows you to send a message to all compatible devices simultaneously, and you can create groups to specify who you want to reach.

Allow you The Google By setting up a family group for up to six of your relatives, the expansion announced today will allow you to reach these members on their phones as well, and the contact can now reply to your message from an Android and iPhone device.

Google is also improving the Family Bell feature that allows you to set school bell-like alarms all day long and across multiple devices in your home simultaneously, instead of just one.

Google is also adding support for eight new languages, including Japanese, Korean, Hindi, Italian, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish.

The assistant also provides educational content, and the company is adding to its library this week, a partnership with Pottermore Publishing to present Harry Potter stories.

You can ask the assistant “Tell me a Quidditch Story” to learn more about fantasy sports on a smart screen or Android device, as Google says more content from Wizarding World will come later this year.

The assistant also gets new historical content from the Penguin Random House Who Was series, and to test your knowledge after all that learning, you can also play new games like Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader on smart displays that support the assistant.

There are also two new songs about brushing teeth, in which Google said they are intended to help children stay on task and do housework.


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