Google Assistant is finally available for iOS following months of rumors and speculation. From now on, you can locate your favorite restaurants, book reservations, get sport scores, and set reminders with Google’s virtual helper. One of the most exciting things when it comes to Google Assistant for iOS is that you can identify objects and translate foreign text.
Once you have set up Google Assistant on your iPhone, Google Assistant call you by your name you have provided. If you are a big fan of Google Assistant, then at some point you may have wanted to change your nickname. That’s exactly what we are going to show how to do.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to change nickname in Google Assistant on your iPhone and iPad. Before we proceed, make sure that you have Google Assistant app installed on your iPhone or iPad.
Steps to change nickname in Google Assistant on your iPhone and iPad
Step one: First off, you need to launch Google Assistant app from your home screen and then hit the tiny circle button located at the top right corner of the screen
Step two: Next up, you now need to tap on the menu button at the top right corner of the screen and select Settings from the list of options
Step three: Once you are done, from the Settings page, you need to tap on Personal Info and hit Nickname
Step four: Enter the new name under What should the Assistant call you section. To make sure that the Assistant pronounces your name correctly, check the box next to Spell it out. After that, enter the spelling of your name and hit the Play button to hear the pronunciation.
That’s all you need to do to change the nickname in Google Assistant on your iPhone and iPad. If you are looking for an alternative to Apple’s Siri, the Assistant deserves your shot.
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