Google’s Guacamole might be premature, however it sounds ripe to become an Android feature

Google presumably wasn’t planning to reveal this until the organization’s I/O developer conference on May eighteenth, yet it would seem that a real truth might be out in the bag: the company’s testing a feature that should allow you stop alarms and answer calls approaches your Android telephone essentially by saying “stop” — no need to pick up your telephone or even say “Hey Google.”

They know this because a mysterious new setting called “Guacamole” has popped up in the Google application on Android 11 for certain clients — including they. And while none of us journalists have had the option to really turn on the feature yet, it’s genuinely simple to imagine what it does.

In the event that you’d rather not imagine,They say it specifically will deal with alarms, timers, and calls by allowing you to say “Stop”, “Snooze” and “Answer/decline the call” respectively. None of those worked for they after someone flicked the switch, likely on the grounds that I couldn’t get to a Google inner site for dogfooding employees.

They even taken a stab at adding a period to make it, thinking the “go” might have been a typo for one of Google’s shortlinks, however no dice.

On the off chance that the feature sounds familiar, it’s most likely on the grounds that Google previously shoved some guacamole into its Google Home / Nest Hub smart speakers and displays at Google I/O 2019. You’ve had the option to just say “stop” to stop their alarms ringing for almost two years as of now.

“We’re constantly experimenting with new ways to improve the overall experience with Google Assistant. We have no additional details to share at this time,” Google tells The Verge.

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