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As you know Google Assistant is the default language of your android smartphones. For a lazy person like me, Google Assistant has been very useful since its release on May 18, 2016.
Whether you have to make a phone call, send your mom a message, setting an alarm at 4 am, etc can be done within seconds. Google Assistant will do all of your mini work for you thus saving your time.
Your one Google Assistant extends to help you across devices, like Google Home, your phone, and more. You can access it with a long press home on Android, Ok Google or a squeeze on Pixel phones.
I have been hearing the same sweet voice of my Google Assistant for months, but recently I have changed the voice. You won’t believe it, but right now, Google assistant has ten voices – five males and five females.
So if you are finding hard to change Google Assistant voice, follow the steps and screenshots given below.
How to change Google Assistant Voice
Since Google Assistant offers ten voice types, you have got plenty of options, but if you’re using the Google Assistant for the first time on your android smartphone, these steps will help you to choose the best voice to set.
Steps to change Google Assistant voice are given below.
1. Launch the Google Assistant app.
If you don’t have an official Google Assistant app on your Android device, download now from Google Play Store.
2. Tap on the compass icon located in the bottom-right corner.
3. Next, select your profile at the top right corner.
4. Then, select Settings.
5. Next, you’ll find Assistant voice in the Assistant tab.
6. Now select the voice of your choice.
So these were the six easy steps to change Google Assistant voice.
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