Google Assistant Adds New Feature for Kids

Google has launched a new Assistant feature called “My Storytime” which lets a user record stories and make them accessible on devices that include Nest Mini as well as Hub Max. Okay hold on,

Do you know what is Google Assistance?

Google Assistant is an artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant developed by Google that is primarily available on mobile and smart home gadgets which can engage in two-way conversations. Okay now lets jump again to the topic.

This feature is mainly meant for parents where they can record themselves reading chapters of stories and then the child can ask a Google Nest device to play those recordings aloud which will be helpful for children as well as parents for teaching kids.

To hear your personal stories you can go to MyStorytime.com to create a private account for your family or kids and then begin constructing your museum of recorded stories.

Once they are shared with the parent back home, all they have to say is “Hey Google, talk to My Storytime” and then the assistance will help you to it.

My Storytime users can record stories straight from the official website, or can even upload MP3 audio files to the My Storytime dashboard.

Google says the files are saved securely in the cloud and can only be accessed by the people with whom it has been shared.

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