5 reasons why you should use Google Phone on Android

5 reasons why you should use Google Phone on Android

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  • Gone are the days of slamming your landline phone down to hang up with a satisfying thud. With the Google Phone app, you can recreate that by flipping your phone. It’s a handy little convenience. On Google Pixel phones, the feature will enable “Do Not Disturb.” Other phones that can use the Google Phone app will simply silence the incoming call. This is a feature on some manufacturer phone apps, but not all. Spam and robocalls are one of the most annoying byproducts of having a phone in your pocket all the time. The Google Phone app has a feature called “Verified Calls” to combat this.

  • At their essence, Android phones are, well, phones. You might not give much thought to the phone app that came pre-installed, but it, like many other things on Android, can be modified. You should give the Google Phone app a go. Google’s phone software, dubbed “Phone by Google,” is pre-installed on Pixel phones. It is available for download through the Play Store on many additional Android devices, including Samsung Galaxy phones. You should look at the app’s useful features.

Google works with businesses to verify caller’s identities and show the reason for calling. In some cases, you’ll even see the company’s logo. All of this makes it easier for you to know if a call from an unknown number is legit or not. How to Avoid Spam Robocalls with “Verified Calls” on Android. As a Google product, you would assume the Google Phone app to include some powerful search features. One such feature is the ability to see personal results when searching in the Phone app. When you enable “Personalized Search Results,” the app will pull in items from the search history on your Google account. Those results will appear when you do similar searches in the Phone app.

If you’re like a lot of people, you don’t particularly enjoy making and receiving calls. Features like those found in the Google phone app can make the experience slightly more enjoyable. If you have a phone in your pocket, it shouldn’t bother you.

Smartphones make it a lot easier to see who’s calling, but what if you want to hear who’s calling? The Google Phone app has a feature for that too. It’s called “Caller ID Announcement.” You have a few options with this feature. It can announce the caller all the time or only when you’re using a headset. The perfect solution for those times when you can’t sneak a peek at your phone. How to Hear Who’s Calling Your Android Phone.

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