Explore Nexus S: Voice Actions


Uploaded by googlenexus on 30.11.2010

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>> LEBEAU: Hi, my name is Mike LeBeau. On the Nexus S, you can do a lot of things quickly
and easily just by using your voice. Check this out. Send text to Bill Byrne, "Let's
meet at 6 o'clock on 5th Avenue outside the Guggenheim Museum." Pretty awesome, right? I just sent that text
message without typing at all. We call that a Voice Action and there are a bunch of them
built into the Voice Search App on your Nexus S. Here's another one. I can find and automatically
call any business just by saying its name, "Call Blue Ribbon Bakery in New York." You
can say the name of any business and Google will find it, it doesn't have to be in your
contact list. And it works with GPS Navigation too, "Navigate to Rockefeller Plaza." With
Google Maps Navigation, you've got free turn by turn directions right in the palm of your
hand. >> Turn left at West 14th Street.
>> LEBEAU: And you can do regular Google searches too, "What's the average speed of a Rhino?"
And there are a lot of other cool Voice Actions just like this; you can send emails, set alarms,
listen to music, and lots more. Check out the Voice Search help screen to see everything
you can do. Oh, and to make sure you always have the newest features, download the latest
Voice Search from the Android market. ot free turn by turn directions right in the
palm of your hand. >> Turn left at West 14th Street.
>> LEBEAU: And you can do regular Google searches too, "What's the average speed of a Rhino?"
And there are a lot of other cool Voice Actions just