December 2, 2022
latest google assistant update

The tech giant Google is constantly working to update its features and make the platform more user-friendly for people of all age groups. As part of its ongoing efforts to accomplish this goal, the search engine announced on Wednesday that it will begin rolling out new parental controls.

In addition to this, Google will be providing users of its ‘Google Assistant’ device with new kid-friendly voices and a Kid’s Dictionary in the near future. As a result of the likelihood that children at home will use devices that are also used by other members of the family, it is important to safeguard them against potentially harmful and inappropriate content found on the internet.

Google is releasing a number of new features that, when combined, will make it significantly easier for parents to feel comfortable allowing their children to use Google Assistant.

“We’re introducing parental controls for Google Assistant to give parents more control and peace of mind over the interactions their children have on Google speakers and smart displays,” said Sissie Hsiao, Vice President of Google Assistant. “We want to give parents more control and peace of mind over the interactions their children have on Google speakers and smart displays.”

In the following weeks, the tech giant will be releasing new features for the Google Home, Family Link, and Google Assistant apps, which can be downloaded for free on Android and iOS devices. Users will have the ability to change the media settings, enable or disable specific Assistant functionality, and also set a bedtime for their children across a variety of devices.

The latest update to the parental controls will give parents the ability to select the types of music and video services that their children are allowed to use as well as those that they feel their children should use. Additionally, the tech giant is incorporating a “Kids Dictionary” into Google Assistant, which will provide responses that are suitable for children’s ages on smart displays, mobile devices, and speakers.

The latest update to the parental controls will give parents the ability to select the types of music and video services that their children are allowed to use as well as those that they feel their children should use. Additionally, the tech giant is incorporating a “Kids Dictionary” into Google Assistant, which will provide responses that are suitable for children’s ages on smart displays, mobile devices, and speakers.

Additionally, there will be four kid-friendly voices that can “speak in slower and more expressive styles to help with storytelling and aid comprehension.” These voices will be added. Kids will have the ability to choose from a number of different options if they ask Google to “Hey Google, change your voice.”

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