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Google Assistant Now Lets You Easily buy Movie Tickets

Buy movie tickets with Google Assistant

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Google has collaborated with US-based ticketing company Fandango to let users buy movie tickets using voice commands on Google Assistant.

“Google has partnered with Fandango to offer movie ticket purchases from Google Assistant. To buy tickets, just say ‘buy tickets,’ or say, ‘Hey Google, get me tickets for…’,” The Verge reported late on Friday.

Fandango sells movie tickets via its website and through its mobile app.

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“If you’re not sure what you want to see, just say, ‘showtimes near me,’ and Google will bring up a selection of films playing at theatres located near you. You can find out more about a film by asking ‘Who stars in it’,” the report said.

This feature is available on Apple’s Siri.

However, Google Assistant allows users to make the purchase without downloading the Fandango app. (IANS)

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Now Google Assistant Lets Users Ask Frozen Characters to Tell a Story

Each of these tales from Frozen is about three or four minutes long from the beginning to end

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The stories on Google Assistant last just a few minutes, making them a decent option when you need a bathroom break without the kiddo or want to put something quick on before bedtime. Pixabay

With Frozen (movie) fever taking over, Google Assistant has a new skill that now lets users have characters from the film read them a story.

The new update is currently available across all Google Assistant devices by default. To activate it, users just need to say: “Hey Google, tell me a Frozen story.”

When you do, you’ll launch the skill (there’s some music and an intro), which takes you to a campfire with some of the film’s main characters. After the intro has finished playing, you or your child can select a character you’d like to tell you a story, Life hacker reported on Sunday.

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With Frozen (movie) fever taking over, Google Assistant has a new skill that now lets users have characters from the film read them a story. Wikimedia Commons

Each of these tales from Frozen is about three or four minutes long from the beginning to end.

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The stories last just a few minutes, making them a decent option when you need a bathroom break without the kiddo or want to put something quick on before bedtime, the report added. (IANS)