Pass the guacamole
An activation phrase, like “OK Google,” “Hey Siri,” or “shut the hell up Bixby,” has been a core element of the digital assistant ever since Google started this stuff up years ago. But soon it might not be necessary, at least for specific interactions where it makes sense. A recent app teardown indicates that Google is working on dynamically listening for commands based on recent events, doing away with the need for the precursor command.
Google gets closer to dropping ‘Hey Google’ for some Assistant tasks was written by the awesome team at Android Police.