Apple has the best ecosystem of Apps available out there, and it is quite incomparable. Though Apple shines with most of its Applications on iOS, people like to use Google Assistant more than the Siri. Now, a new Siri shortcut on your iPhone makes it one step easier to access Google Assistant.
Good news arrives with the new update of Google’s Assistant for iOS. Now, your Google App supports Apple’s Shortcut app on iOS. Well this, in turn, lets you program a list of tasks to perform using a vocal phrase with Siri or a shortcut that you add to a home screen. The new feature lets you choose your own phrase, and you can hereafter set the Shortcuts app to open Assistant.
Commands like Goodnight will set on the Do Not Disturb mode and switch on the blue light filter. Also, you can use the Hey Google command to launch the Google’s Assistant. Well, I mean that you need to say “Hey Siri, Hey Google”, then wait a few seconds for Assistant to open and then speak your command to Google.