Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Receives Google Assistant


Many Android users are in love with their Google Assistant, and there’s no wonder why. You can bring out the feature to ask it to do pretty much anything: open the phonebook, set a reminder, cancel an alarm, open Facebook, search for a specific item online, and many more. It can obviously be a lot more efficient than just searching in the device’s menu for what you need.

Why wouldn’t Google Assistant come to smartwatches as well? It’s great to see that someone has thought seriously about it and granted the wish of many!

The Galaxy Watch 4 now has Google Assistant

According to, you can already use Google Assistant on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 if you have such a device on your wrist. Samsung announced the move before during Google I/O that took place this month.

As you probably already know, one way of activating the feature is by using the voice command.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 was made to help you know more about your body, as well as to keep it healthy and connected to what it needs. The smartwatch can show you precious information about the food you eat and how it affects your hralth, the physical exercises you undergo, how much sleep you get, and more.

Google adds a lot of attention to privacy when it comes to its virtual assistant. Here’s what the tech giant has to say via the feature’s official webpage:

When you use Google Assistant, you trust us with your data and it’s our responsibility to protect and respect it. Privacy is personal. That’s why we build simple privacy controls to help you choose what’s right for you. Explore this page to learn more about how Google Assistant works, your built-in privacy controls, answers to common questions, and more.

You can use Google Assistant on a variety of devices: phones, smart speakers, smart displays, cars, TV, laptops, smartwatches, and more.


Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology as many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the gaming area, where he covers the latest news in open-world, role-playing, and first-person shooter titles.