Google's voice assistant is now available on and Super UHD LCD TVs.
The capability,, allows models like the to accept commands over the remote control's built-in microphone, as well as talk back to you in Google's voice.
Using voice commands, you can find and play content, for example via streaming services, and control TV settings. Combined with sound bars, switching picture modes or turning off the TV. Natural language commands like, "Search for the soundtrack of this movie" or "Turn off the TV when this program is over" are also available., it also controls connecting to devices like
Like Google Assistant on a vacuums and other compatible smart home devices, which LG says includes nearly 100 smart appliacnces made by LG alone. You can ask the TV for the weather, search local businesses or display Google Photos onscreen.or other standalone speaker, the voice assistant on the TV can control lights, thermostats, robot
Owners of Google Home-style speakers can also ditch the TV remote entirely, speaking commands into thin air, when they link the speakers to the TV. LG TVs also work with Alexa devices using ThinQ Alexa skill.and LG's
Android TV operating system, were the integrated Google Assistant in November 2017. The streaming device in September 2017., which use Google's
LG's launch of the feature coincides with, the search giant's annual developer's conference. The kicks off later Tuesday at 10 a.m. PT and our CNET live show begins just before at 9:30 a.m. PT right here.
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