Google Assistant can be immensely helpful in many ways. Like you can set up and listen to news sources in Assistant on your iPhone to easily catch with all the latest happenings from around the world.
Depending on your need, you can rearrange news sources in the virtual assistant. No longer want to listen to news from any source? You can easily remove the source from which you don’t want to listen to news anymore. Check out how it works the easy way!
How to Set Up News Briefing in Google Assistant on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Launch Google Assistant on your iOS device → Tap on the small circle at the upper right corner.
Step #3. Next, tap on three dots at the top right.
Step #4. Tap on Settings in the menu.
Step #5. Next up, you have to tap on News which is under Services section.
Step #6. Some news sources will be automatically added. But, you can add the ones that you prefer. Tap on Add news sources.
Step #7. Check the box next to the news source you want to add.
Note: you have the option to change language. Currently, there are only two languages—US English and UK English. By default, US English is set. To change the language, tap on the tiny downward arrow next to English (United States) and choose other language.
How to Listen to the News Briefing in Google Assistant on iPhone and iPad
Now, you can just say “Hey Google! Listen to the news” and the virtual assistant will start playing the news from your top sources.
How to Rearrange News Sources in Google Assistant on iPhone
Step #1. Open Google Assistant → Tap on tiny circle at the top right → Tap on three dots → Tap on Settings → Tap on News.
Step #2. Tap on Change Order.
Step #3. Now, touch and hold on the three small horizontal lines next to the news source you wish to rearrange. Then, drag it at the desired place.
How to Remove News Sources in Google Assistant on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Launch Google Assistant → Tap on tiny circle at the top right → Tap on three dots → Tap on Settings → Tap on News.
Step #2. Now, tap on the “X” button next to the news source you want to remove.
What’s been your experience with Google Assistant on iOS device? Share your feedback about it.
Personally, I’m really charmed by the smartness of the Assistant. Its ability to provide prompt answers and get into contextual conversations is awesome. Haven’t explored it much? I would recommend you have a look at these posts:
- How to Add Nickname in Google Assistant
- How to Create/Add Shortcuts in Google Assistant
- How to Add Home and Work Location in Google Assistant on iPhone and iPad