Whirlpool announced Tuesday at Google Assistant.a new feature that lets you control its internet-connected appliances without giving a specific Whirlpool voice command to
So instead of "OK Google, ask Whirlpool to preheat the oven to 400 degrees," you'll only have to say, "OK Google, preheat the oven to 400 degrees." Whirlpool says the change will take effect later this year.
Previously Google tried to make it easier for manufacturers to connect products to Assistant with the addition of. These let developers create "more natural ways in which users interact with their Assistant-enabled devices."
Following Whirlpool's announcement, Google said it anticipates that more device manufacturers will begin to use the Custom Device Actions feature.
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