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If you are a person very scatterbrained that each two-by-three not remember where you left the keys and/or purse, and you’re a couple of minutes rummaging through the house, then you’ll like the novelty of the Wizard of Google.
Now the Wizard of Google can help you find those keys or wallet is lost thanks to Tile, tracker Bluetooth that allows us to locate any lost object.
Hey Google, where are my keys
Thanks to the compatibility Wizard Google with Tile now we can link the different trackers Bluetooth with the form of a key fob or card which the company sells under the model Tile, Matte Tile Slim to be able to find them through a voice command with Google Nest/Home or our mobile. These trackers will inform us of the location of an object and will begin to sound.
If you have one of these trackers bluetooth Tile and set from your application can go to Google Home – > + > Configure > do Have you configured any device to link Tile with the Wizard of Google. To do this we will need to look Tile and log in with our account of Tile.
once linked Tile with the Wizard of Google, you can ask the Wizard where are our keys, a new wallet, our backpack or any object to which you have placed a tracker. We may also say that it blows the tracker.
The Wizard will sound the object to search and inform us of your last known location the Tile. For example, if our keys are in the house we will be able to say: “Your keys last seen today at 9 p. m. near the speaker in the kitchen.” If you are not at home will tell us the street address where you saw the Tile for the last time.
Via | Google
The news Wizard Google: so you’ll be able to ask you to find your keys or your wallet was originally published in Xataka Android by Cosmos .
February 3, 2020
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