How To Change The Google Assistant Voice On Your Device

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Google Assistant has exploded in recent years. Google attributes this to the number of supported languages and dialects available for Assistant-enabled devices. Not only can users change the language Google Assistant will speak in but they can also pick a different voice other than the default one.

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If you are bored with your Google Assistant talking in the same voice you can change it. Changing the voice setting will apply to all of your Google Assistant devices. Unfortunately, this feature is only available in the U.S.  Also know that changing the voice does not mean you can configure Google Assistant to speak in another language. For now, Google Assistant isn’t available in all languages. The languages Google Assistant is available in are English, French, German, Italian, and Japanese. However they defer across devices.

Google Assistant On Android Phone Or Tablet

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, touch and hold the Home button or say “OK Google.”
  2. At the top right, tap More Settings.
  3. Tap Assistant Assistant voice.
  4. Choose a voice.

Google Assistant On Android Speaker Or Smart Display

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Home app .
  2. At the bottom, tap Account Settings.
  3. Tap Assistant Assistant voice.
  4. Choose a voice.

Google Assistant on iPhone or iPad

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Google Assistant app
  2. At the top right, tap your profile image or initial Assistant Assistant voice.
  3. Choose a voice.

Google Assistant on speaker or Smart Display

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Google Home app .
  2. At the bottom, tap Account .
  3. Under “Google Assistant,” tap More settings.
  4. Tap Assistant Assistant voice.
  5. Choose a voice.

Wrapping Up!

Now if you haven’t previously tried to change your Google Assistant’s voice, you might have very little knowledge about the available voices. Google Assistant labels the available voices according to different colors and each color comes with distinct sound, speed, and personality. The Red Voice comes as the default one and is the most widely used one as well. The Red Voice has been used in all the Google Assistant Ads, as well as in all the Demos. But there are other voices such as the Orange one, which will give you the vibe of being a Sidekick. Other Voice Colors include Amber, Green, Blue, Cyan, Purple, Pink, British Racing Green and Sydney Harbor Blue.

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