How to Send WhatsApp Voice Message Using Google Assistant

The audio message is the best way to express your views clearly to the other person. We all know that WhatsApp will support the audio messages but the way to send an audio message is to take some time. It is very annoying to send audio messages on WhatsApp when it takes time. So, Here we find a new way to send audio messages on WhatsApp. In this post, I will tell How to Send WhatsApp Voice Message Using Google Assistant.

How to Send WhatsApp Voice Message Using Google Assistant

Here’s Check How to Install Google Assistant without Root on any Android

  1. At first, you need to open Google Assistant (by using “Ok Google” command). If your phone does not have Google Assistant then you need to install Google Assistant on your smartphone. Also, Update Google Search App on your device. [appbox googleplay] [appbox googleplay com.whatsapp]
  2. After opening Google Assistant, say “OK Google > Send an audio message to Ashutosh on WhatsApp”. Then the Google Assistant will start recording your audio & send it to your friend, without opening WhatsApp quickly.
  3. Google Assistant now gets the final permission to send the audio.
  4. You can also follow this method on your iOS, iPhone (which have Google Assistant, also use Siri to send an audio message using WhatsApp).  By using these methods you can easily send voice message using google assistant.
  5. If you have any query regarding this post, then comment below.

Note: Must update your Google Search App to the latest version, I tried this on Moto G5 Plus, Lava Z25, Redmi Note 4.

Also Read: How to Convert WhatsApp Voice Messages to Text on Android

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