Google’s smart speaker has become smarter this week, with the addition of a multitasking feature. The new capability makes it possible for the device to accomplish two different tasks at the same time. It was released with little fuss and the first noticed by Nate. Since then, we have confirmed the add-on with Google.
It is a little surprising that the company has issued to the home units without any mention. It is a practical addition to what was essentially a unique device. The company has promised to add routines from the 2-pixel event a few months ago, essentially creating predetermined scenes that link a lot of actions to an order (something that was supported by Siri and Alexa for a while). But that’s another thing.
Instead of having to preload all of that through an application, you can simply ask him to do two jobs at once. Only two, however. Not three or four, that would fly very close to the sun. You must also separate the tasks into individual commands because the machine will not understand two embedded tasks of the same sentence. Although it is limited, the silent feature probably released more useful than the upcoming routines, because it can be achieved on the fly.
Although Alexa let her have a very huge leadership, Google has done a very powerful job of updating the current set of echo skills. The new comes when the company prepares Home Max, a premium addition to the home line which will come out sometime next month.