Google Now adds nine new voice commands for Android users
Imagine this scenario. Your lights go out and you can’t see. In one hand you are holding your Android handset, while the other hand is holding on to a bag of groceries. But all is not lost. You say, “OK Google, turn on the flashlight” and all off a sudden there is a light coming from your phone. You can thank Google for helping you guide your way in the dark.
Google has added nine new voice commands to the Android version of the Google Now app. The flashlight command is but one of them. You can now turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on or off by simply saying “Turn Wi-Fi (Bluetooth) on” or “Turn Wi-Fi (Bluetooth) off.” After both of those commands, your phone will take you to a shortcut where you can turn on or off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth by using a toggle switch.
Remember these new features and you might find that asking Google to do the “heavy lifting” makes your life easier.