The Google Assistant is a useful tool that can read the news, identify songs, recommend you recipes and places… The list is endless, but did you know that Google Assistant can also become Super Warrior? Well, or at least he tries.
It is about a recently discovered and totally useless Easter egg by which the Google Assistant try to become Super Saiyan or Super Warrior And, judging by the sound effect that accompanies it, everything seems to indicate that it succeeds.
Google engineers delight us from time to time with small Easter eggs throughout Android and the different applications. The Google Assistant has a good handful of Easter eggs, daring for example to do beatboxing or recite a poem.
The last one is especially useless, beyond achieving a smile in those who grew up following the adventures of Goku and company: transforms into Super Warrior. The command is currently only available when you speak to the Assistant in English, and involves telling the Assistant
go super saiyan or similar terms.
If all goes well, the Google Assistant will start screaming grrrraaaaaaaahh and aaaaaahhhhhhh, spelling out the screams for more humor and then playing the sound of an explosion next to the emojis ⚡️🔥⚡️, indicating that the transformation has gone according to plan.
If you also want to see the Google Assistant becoming a Super Warrior with your own eyes, you should set the Wizard to use English as the language. The assistent is prepared to function bilingual, so if you have it in Spanish, you need to add the English language, without having to replace the Spanish.
To do this, you must go to the Assistant Settings, in the Languages section. Then touch on Add a language and select English (United States). After doing so, you will be able to speak to the Assistant in both English and Spanish.
Although this Easter egg is useless – as, in a way, all Easter eggs – setting the Wizard in English will open the door for many features not yet available in Spanish, beyond making him scream to become Super Saiyan, which never hurts.
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Via | 9to5Google
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