Google Assistant has several built-in intents that allow developers to integrate their Android applications with the Assistant. These intents can be used to trigger specific actions within the app, such as playing music, setting reminders, or sending messages.
Here are some of the built-in intents for Android Google Assistant:
actions.intent.OPEN_APP_FEATURE: This intent is used to open a specific feature or activity within the app. For example, saying "Open camera in [app name]" would open the camera within the specified app.
actions.intent.PLAY: This intent is used to play media, such as music or videos. Developers can specify the media to play, along with any additional parameters such as playback position or volume.
actions.intent.SET_ALARM: This intent is used to set an alarm. Developers can specify the time and any other relevant parameters, such as the alarm label.
actions.intent.SEND_MESSAGE: This intent is used to send a message. Developers can specify the message content, recipient, and other relevant parameters.
actions.intent.SET_TIMER: This intent is used to set a timer. Developers can specify the duration of the timer, along with any other relevant parameters such as the timer label.
actions.intent.REMIND: This intent is used to set a reminder. Developers can specify the reminder content, time, and any other relevant parameters.
actions.intent.GET_DIRECTIONS: This intent is used to get directions to a specified location. Developers can specify the starting and ending locations, as well as any relevant transportation mode or other parameters.
These are just a few examples of the built-in intents available for Android Google Assistant. Developers can use these intents to create a seamless integration between their app and the Assistant, allowing users to perform actions within the app using voice commands.
Google Assistant is a virtual assistant developed by Google that is available on a wide range of devices, including smartphones, smart speakers, and smart displays. Google Assistant has a number of built-in intents that allow users to interact with it in a variety of ways. Here are some of the most commonly used Android Google Assistant built-in intents:
Set an Alarm: Allows users to set an alarm by specifying the time and/or day of the week.
Set a Reminder: Allows users to set a reminder for a specific date and time, or based on a location or activity.
Play Music: Allows users to play music from a specific artist, album, or playlist, or from a particular streaming service.
Send a Text Message: Allows users to send a text message to a specific contact, or to a phone number.
Make a Phone Call: Allows users to make a phone call to a specific contact, or to a phone number.
Get Directions: Allows users to get directions to a specific location, either by specifying the address or by using the user's current location.
Search the Web: Allows users to search the web for a specific topic or keyword.
Open an App: Allows users to open a specific app on their device.
Weather: Allows users to get information about the weather in a specific location.
Set a Timer: Allows users to set a timer for a specific amount of time.
These are just a few examples of the many built-in intents available in Google Assistant. Developers can also create custom intents for their own apps and services.
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