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‘OK Google’ voice commands coming to the stand-alone Android Auto app

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‘OK Google’ voice commands coming to the stand-alone Android Auto appGoogle's Android Auto connected car platform will soon respond to "OK Google" voice commands, according to an eagle-eyed Reddit user. It appears to be rolling out to Google accounts gradually over time.
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