Smart replies have been around in Google Chat for four years. But it has always supported the English language. Now, Google has added three more languages to the feature – Spanish, Portuguese and French. Google introduced new languages for Smart Replies: details. Users don’t have to worry about anything; the app will understand the language they’re typing in and provide them with quick replies, Google says.
Users need to ensure that they have enabled Google Chat Smart Reply if they want to access it by going to app settings, gear icon and check ‘Enable Smart Reply on web and desktop’. Although, Smart Replies only work in Spanish, English, Portuguese and French on the web version of the chat. Therefore, users may have to wait for some time before getting this feature on the smartphone.
Smart Answers has been available on Google Apps for a while. Messages, Gmail and Google Docs are smart replies on Android and the web. It works the same way on every app. It also has built in notifications on Android that provide short and quick replies based on the message received. Meanwhile, in many apps, Smart Reply gives users some tips on what they’re typing and is available in a variety of languages.
To send a smart reply, the user has to tap on the phrase. In a separate development, Google has added a splash of video and music along with memories from Google Photos. According to Google, Photos will select and trim the best snippets from videos recorded during the day and show them in Memories. Plus, the images will have a subtle zoom-in and out effect.
Apart from this, users will also have instrumental music playing in the background of the memory. If users can’t detect parallelism, there will be up/down swiping gesture to move between different memory. Additionally, there’s a new feature inspired by scrapbooks, Styles Coming to Memories. Users can also share their complete memories with others.
To recall, Cinematic Photos has been one of the most-saved visual effects since their introduction to Google Photos. The feature is being extended to Memories, so users will see cinematic memories, including the cinematic effects of Google Photos and a bunch of old photos with music.