Are you into taking photos or storing memories? If you prefer doing either of these, you will love the new update of Google Search app. Now, you can take photos and even record videos with the help of voice assistance. No need to wait and press the button, just capture the frame by simply asking. At times, you don’t have enough seconds to capture the moment. It gets wasted while launching the camera app. Google Search app will help you with it. This feature is available for Kitkat device holders. However, if you have not updated your Android OS version and you are holding Samsung Galaxy S4. Please check this post before updating to Kitkat.
Let’s take a look on this new update from Google. Open Google Search app, and give it a voice command “Ok Google”, and this will make it ready to help you taking photos and recording videos. For photos, after “Ok Google”, you can give voice command as “take a picture” or “take a photo”. Otherwise, you can use “capture a photo” or “capture a picture”. And in case you want to record an event or some special moments on your Kitkat enabled cell phones, just ask “take a video” and you are done!
But before giving these commands, you have to open the camera app by helping yourself. There are number of ways to launch camera app. For this, you can unlock your device and search for it, if you have not made any shortcut. Otherwise, you can make shortcut on your home screen or at lock screen. You can also give voice command to your phone to open camera app.
We believe this update has come to Kitkat devices only, but we have not tested any phone with Jelly Bean yet.
So tell us, what do you think of this update. Share in the comment section below.