Driving assistant mode helps you complete actions while driving. With your voice, you can read and send messages, make calls, and control the media. The Google Assistant driving mode is useful when you want to replace the Android Auto for Phone Screens app, which has been phased out. Google Assistant's driving mode offers a simplified and uncluttered interface, making it easy to access the phone while driving.
In addition, you can interact with the phone using voice commands, make phone calls, send messages and control multimedia content. Google Maps and the Assistant now work together to offer you a driving mode that puts the usual mid-trip functions in the foreground and makes it as easy as possible to activate them while you're on the road. Keep in mind that you'll only see apps that are compatible with driving mode, such as Spotify, YouTube Music, Podcasts and others. Since Google Assistant's driving mode doesn't have a dedicated application, you'll have to access the Google Assistant settings to configure it.
Activate Google Assistant on your phone by saying the activation words “Hello, Google” or “Ok Google”, and then say “let's drive” when the Google Assistant appears. To do this, deactivate the “When navigating on Google Maps” option and select Do nothing in the “When connected to the car's Bluetooth” and “When driving is detected” sections. Choose one of the available options and the service you choose will appear in the navigation interface and will also respond to any oral command that is issued to the Assistant about audio playback. But Google Maps is much more than meets the eye, and most likely you're not taking advantage of at least some hidden features that are hidden in the Maps app for Android.
All you have to do is say Hey Google or activate the Assistant any way you like and then shout the command in question. Tap that and all the flights, car rentals, restaurant reservations, or other travel-related plans you have will appear in an organized list extracted directly from the confirmations in your Gmail and Google Calendar inbox. You can also ask Google Assistant to make phone calls or send text messages by clicking the “Make a call” or “Send a message” options. By clicking on the application launcher (four squares) in the lower right corner, you will access some of your applications while driving.
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