A Complete List of All Okay Google Commands – 2018


Here’s a Complete List of All Okay Google Commands. You can use these commands in your daily life. But you didn’t know that, So today we have gathered all the Okay Google Commands and made a list of them.

Google Assistant, formerly known as Google Now, makes it easy to interact with your Android device. Google search application, which comes pre-installed on your Android smartphone, has the Google Now feature in it. Simply tapping the Google search bar brings up the Google Now set up and once you are done setting it up, you are all set to give it any command.

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Okay Google Commands

How To Setup Google Voice Assistant:

  • Launch Google App on your device.
  • Tap on the 3 dots icon -> Voice and OK Google detection.
  • Toggle on ‘From any screen’.
  • Now follow the on-screen instructions to work your way through with the Google Voice Assistant.

Okay Google Commands 2018:

  • .. app, website, Gmail etc.
  • Go to… website.
  • Take a picture/photo
  • Record a video
  • Set an alarm for…
  • Set a timer for…
  • Remind me to… say task, time and date.
  • Make a note
  • Set an alarm for… say time and date.
  • Create a calendar event. say task, time and date.
  • Schedule an appointment… say task, time and date.
  • What is my schedule for tomorrow?
  • When’s my next meeting?
  • Where is my next meeting?
  • Synonyms for…
  • Etymology of…
  • What is?.. phrase or word.
  • Set a timer for (number of) minutes.
  • Where’s my package?
  • Find…
  • Call…
  • Text…
  • Send an email to…
  • Post to… say Twitter, Facebook etc.

More Okay Google Commands:

  • Where is the nearest…
  • Navigate to…
  • Directions to…
  • Where is…?
  • Who is?
  • Who is?.. person’s relation.
  • Who wrote?
  • Who invented?
  • How do I?
  • How tall is?
  • Show me pictures of…
  • Show me the trailer for… movie, TV show.
  • Play me a video of…
  • Show me on… Add movie or TV show and your app of choice.
  • Shazam this song.

This puts you at the ease of using your phone without even touching it. All you have to do is to speak “Ok Google” to bring the Google Now or Google Assistant up and ready. To interact better, you need to learn what commands actually work the best with this application. There’s a huge list of Google Assistant or Google Now commands. Once you master all of them, it shouldn’t be hard for you to carry out your tasks.

More Commands:

  • Show near me on TripAdvisor. Say what venue.
  • Show homes for sale in on Trulia. Just add your city.
  • Scan my receipt on… Say store name.
  • What sound does a (animal/object) make?
  • Show me my flight info
  • Where’s my hotel?
  • What are some attractions around here?
  • How do you say (word) in (language)?
  • What is (currency) in (currency)?
  • What’s the flight status of…?
  • Play some music (opens “I’m feeling lucky” radio station in Google Play Music)
  • Next Song / Pause Song
  • Play/watch/read… content in Google Play library
  • What’s this song?
  • Do a barrel roll. Easter egg.
  • Beam me up Scotty. Easter egg.
  • Make me a sandwich. Easter egg.
  • Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right. Easter egg.
  • Who are you? Easter egg.
  • When am I? Easter egg.
  • Show me gift ideas for…
  • Give me a love quote.
  • What does the fox say? Easter egg.
  • What is a?.. Add medical term or injury.
  • How many calories are in?
  • When will my package arrive? Add tracking number.
  • Roll a die.
  • Flip a coin.
  • Play Pacman.
  • What’s the loneliest number? Easter egg.
  • Take a selfie.
  • Take a picture.
  • Turn on my flashlight.
  • Turn on/off… Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC.
  • Find my phone.
  • Increase/decrease brightness.
  • Increase/decrease volume.
  • Set volume to..
  • Mute the volume.
  • What is stock price? Add ticker name.
  • What is trending at? Add ticker name.
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