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Google Assistant Can Now Mention Exactly Where Your Stuff Is

If you're using a Nest device, you can now ask Google Assistant questions like, "Hey Google, where is my purse?" or "Hey Google, find my keys," and if your Tile is at home,

Google Assistant is completely setting up a new track in the tech world as it continues to advance it products. You formally could track your Tile with Google’s Assistant but it’s getting a whole lot more easier. Ok, here’s what exactly it is.

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Before now, it was possible to use Google’s Assistant to ring your Tile, so when you’re looking for stuffs like your keys and wallet all you have to do was listen attentively for the  beep, but now, you can get the exact location of where your stuff is.

If you’re using a Nest device, you can now ask Google Assistant questions like, “Hey Google, where is my purse?” or “Hey Google, find my keys,” and if your Tile is at home, you’ll get a response like “Your keys were last seen today at 9pm near the kitchen speaker.”

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Then if you mistakenly left your stuff elsewhere, the Google Assistant will give you the street address where your Tile was last spotted, this will be possible based on its location services. It’s a natural evolution of the Tile x Google Assistant offering, and likely one that a lot of folks will wonder how they ever lived without.

Try it out!

Alice Campbell for SurgeZirc UK
Alice Campbell for SurgeZirc UK
Alice Campbell is a highly skilled and experienced royal writer, currently working with SurgeZirc UK. With a passion for journalism and a keen interest in the royal family, Alice has established herself as a prominent figure in the field.
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