Good News! iPhone Users Can Now Google With Siri

Now, iPhone users can use their Siri voice assistant to search on Google. The new update in the Google app for iOS enables users to search through Siri by using Apple’s Shortcuts app.

Apple’s Shortcuts app is available in the iPhones, but if not there, users can download it for free from the Apple Store.

Here’s how you can set up the Siri shortcut for the Google App.
  • Update Google’s App
  • Open the Shortcuts app and create a new shortcut
  • Now, click on +Add Action
  • Type Google in the search bar to add it in the compatible apps
  • Choose a voice command action, such as ‘Search Google’
  • Tap on Done
You can easily search for anything on Google through Siri without any hassle.

However, if you are fond of listening to Siri’s voice when it shows you the answers, here’s the bad news for you – Siri will no longer read the answers to you.

It might be a little surprising, but the user will be getting more than just a voice read-over. Update your Google App and search all your queries in a simple manner.



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