Google Now is the Android answer to Apple’s Siri voice command recognition and digital assistant. Here’s a full list of voice commands that the service currently recognizes.
Android 4.2.1 introduced a new version of Google Search that integrated with Google Now to bring native voice commands and search to Android. I’ve recently been testing it out via CyanogenMod 10.1 and found it would be helpful to compile a list of every command that Google Now recognizes. If you’re curious what all voice commands you can say, check out the full list below.
Before going into all the commands, I would like to mention that Google’s location service poses a huge threat to your privacy. You can disable the location service in your Android settings and Google’s voice commands will still work, however most Google Now cards will be deactivated along with it. Also, if location awareness is disabled you will need to state the city or location you want weather and other information for when speaking a command.
“Search for groovyPost “
What is / Who is
“Who is Patrick Stewart?”
Who (verb; invented, created, discovered, married, wrote, won, produced)