How to change Google Assistant voice on home speaker: 6 new voices

Google has rolled out six new voices for its Google Assistant feature for better user experience. The Google assistant feature impressed users with many features but didn’t provide multiple voice options. The developers have unveiled just one more voice option in the earlier year. Yet, the only identical difference after that update is the male and female voices. 

Now, this addition of six new voices for its Google Assistant makes a total of eight voice options for the smart assistant. The new update will be made available for all Google Assistant compatible devices. Even Google Home users can also Change Google assistant voice on home speaker as per their choice. However, Android users need to run Android 6.0 Marshmallow or above version for smart Assistant.

How to Change Google Assistant voice on Home Speaker:

Users can change Google Assistant voice on Home Speaker through the Google Home app. But, the change automatically appears if you have already changed it on your phone with the same account. As of now, Google Home currently supports Voice 1 and Voice 2. Selecting one of the new options from the device will get back to default voice. The blue mic speaker icon on the side gives the preview of each voice.

Steps to Change Google Assistant voice on Home Speaker:

  • Open the Google Home app.
  • Open the left-side menu.
  • Click on More settings.
  • Choose Preferences.
  • Tap on Assistant voice.
  • Select the new voice of your choice

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Steps to change the Google Assistant voice on your phone:

  • Activate Google Assistant by a long press of the home button
  • Tap on the explore button in the top right corner.
  • Choose the three-dot menu button.
  • Open the Settings tab
  • Click Preferences.
  • Go to Assistant voice
  • Choose the voice of your choice.

The newly added voices include male-female and range from soft to deep. Though all of the new voices are robot-generated, they manage to sound good.