Gaming Google assistant for Xbox One

Do you use voice commands?

  • YES

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • NO

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • HAVEN'T TRIED BUT I'M INTERESTED

    Votes: 1 33.3%

  • Total voters
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Microsoft announced that it’s launched a skill on Google Assistant that allows you to control basic navigation and system-level commands on the console using the Google Assistant apps on iOS and Android.



Like the Alexa app where it can control and do actions via voice command

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"If you’re a Google Assistant fan and want to try it out on Xbox One, here’s how you install it:

First, go join the “Xbox for Google Assistant” Google Group. Make sure you’re signed into Google with the email address that’s linked to the Google Assistant on your phone. Next, turn on your Xbox One and sign in, and then open Google Assistant on your device.



In Google Assistant, hit “Add,” then “Set Up Device,” and finally “Xbox (beta).” From there’s you’ll be prompted to sign with your Microsoft account, and you’ll then receive instructions on how to pair the devices.

Once you’ve set it up, you can use Google Assistant on your phone (or any compatible device) to turn your Xbox on and off, control volume, launch games, and use the console’s recording tools to take screenshots or video clips. Microsoft published a full list of Google Assistant commands on the Xbox"

  • Hey Google, turn on Xbox.
  • Hey Google, turn off Xbox.
  • Hey Google, play [GAME NAME] on Xbox.
  • Hey Google, volume up on Xbox.
  • Hey Google, volume down on Xbox.
  • Hey Google, mute Xbox.
  • Hey Google, un-mute Xbox.
  • Hey Google, pause.*
  • Hey Google, play.*
  • Hey Google, next.*
  • Hey Google, previous.*
  • Hey Google, take a screenshot on Xbox.
  • Hey Google, record that on Xbox.
  • Hey Google, reboot Xbox.
  • Hey Google, stop on Xbox.
  • Hey Google, switch to [TV Channel] on Xbox.

If you change the name of your device in Google Assistant, you will need to say your Xbox’s name instead of just “Xbox.”
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