In case there are some of you guys out there feel that Google Assistant is lacking in terms of voice options, you might have heard that at Google I/O 2018, the company announced that their digital assistant will be getting six new voices. For those who are excited for it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the new voices are live.

These new voice options should be available for users to access via the Google Assistant settings menu, but if you don’t see it yet, it’s probably because it hasn’t rolled out to you, but we expect that it shouldn’t be too long until it does. With these new voice options, users will now be able to choose between four different female voices, and four different male voices.

For those who missed out on the announcement, musician John Legend is also expected to have his voice brought onto Google Assistant later this year, so if you want to feel what it might be like to speak to Legend on a daily basis, this is an update you can look forward to. The new voices are also just some of the changes that Google is making to Assistant.

The company has also made it more conversational and is also expected to bring Assistant support to more than 80 countries this year and also in more than 30 languages.

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