Soon you can with Samsung’s voice assistant Bixby a ride via Uber, ordering, or your favorite Netflix series set up. The company is doing this to compete with the Google Assistant.
How Bixby Google Assistant goes in search of
Samsung is going to her Bixby-assistant open up for developers. Through so-called ‘capsules’ they can be custom commands for their own apps and build applications. You can see more Netflix-episodes play, and Spotify playlists along with Bixby. That he made known during a presentation, where the folding Samsung phone, was unveiled.
Every developer can be a specific action for app. Samsung establishes specific development tools available, which the company also used. You can the capsules will download in the Bixby marketplace.
Bixby is coming to more devices
Also the manufacturers as possible to the Samsung-assistant by default in their devices to build. Currently, the stemassistent only work with Samsung’s own products. Bixby must ultimately be compatible with almost all smart home devices from other manufacturers, such as tvs, refrigerators and vacuum cleaners.
Because of this, so you do not have a Samsung product to have to Bixby to talk. Interested developers can register on the Samsung website to log on. The South Korean company thus opens the attack on Amazon and Google, the Alexa and the Assistant already for a longer time bet on smart stemassistenten.
Although Bixby is already a year and a half ago at the same time with the Galaxy S8 came out, it is not yet really off the ground. At the time, was given the assistant a lot of criticism because he simply is not very smart. In addition, had (and have) a lot of people dislike the specific button which since then has been on the side of some Samsung phones, such as the Galaxy Note 9.
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