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Google will soon add support for the ‘Hey Google’ hotword in France

9to5Google Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Since its availability in August 2017 in France, Google Assistant has had two hotwords: The well-known “Okay Google”, and “Dis Google” (meaning “Say Google”). Google has now announced support of the “Hey Google” hotword support in France for the beginning of July.

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