How To Change The Voice On Google Home
Last Updated: July 30, 2020
No one can deny about the fact that the default voice present with Google Home is pleasing to the ear by default. However, no matter what or how beautiful something is, people like changes after all. Good news is that there is an option to change.
In fact, there are more than 10 voices available to select from in this regard. This includes one with a proper British accent, and also there is one of the Australian accents.
Those who are interested in changing the voice of Google Home can easily make that happen through the following steps.
- First of all, go for opening the Google Home app on the Android platform or iOS platform.
- Go to the home screen, and from there you can find the gear icon called Settings. Put a click on it.3.
- Now get scrolled down to reach at ‘More settings.’ Here select the Assistant tab, and then put a click on Assistant voice.
- You can find colored circles there; put a click on it, and you can hear demo edition of each of the present voice options.
- Once you locked any one of these, look for back arrow or ‘lesser than’ symbol available at the top of the display to keep your preferences safe. Next, you can put a click on it.
- Altering between these is also going to alter the voice made use of in the Assistant that is available over the phone. This also indicates the fact that one can reach over a similar setting through Assistant.Next, open the Assistant application that is available on the iOS; one may bring it over Android as well by pressing the ‘Home’ button for a longer while. Now put a click on the profile picture available at the extreme right at the top. You can find the Assistant tab; put a click on the same as well. Onwards, it’s all about following the instructions mentioned above to alter the voice.
Controlling volume through voice:
One can control volume through voice as well. To do anything or to ask for anything, the first thing that one has to say is “Ok Google or “Hey Google.” For example, to increase the level of volume, one has to first say Ok Google or “Hey Google” and then “Turn it up.” Upon saying “Ok Google or Hey Google turn it up,” the Google Home volume can be increased by about 10 percent.
- When the intention is to reduce the volume, a similar method can be followed. Here after saying “Hey Google or Ok Google,” one has to say “Turn it down.” This means by saying “Hey Google or OK Google Turn it down,” the volume can be decreased by 10 percent.
- One can also set the volume at the desired volume level. In this context, after saying “Hey Google or OK Google,” one has to say “volume level five/volume to65%”. This command is going to establish the volume at 65% level in the scale of 1-10 or 15 to100%.
- When the intention is to set the volume at the peak after saying “Hey Google or OK Google,” one has to say “Max Volume.” This command is going to set the volume level straight at 10.
- One can also set the volume at the minimum end by following a similar strategy. In this context, after saying “Hey Google or OK Google,” one has to say “Minimum Volume.” This command is going to set the volume level straight at level 1. This is the minimum level at which the volume can be kept.
- It is also possible for a user to alter the volume to a certain extent. For example, when it comes about increasing the volume by 10%, one has first to say “Hey Google or OK Google,” and then “increase volume by 10%”.
- The same way, it is also possible to reduce volume by a certain extent. For example, when the intention is about decreasing the volume by 10%, one has first to say “Hey Google or OK Google,” and then “decrease volume by 10%”. It is going to reduce the volume by 10 percent
- It’s not just about increasing-decreasing, or keeping the volume at the desired level; one can also get to know about the present level of volume through voice. The strategy is very much equivalent; one has first to say “Hey Google or OK Google,” and then “What’s the volume.” This command is going to talk about the present level of volume to the user.