Now, Android voice actions have become more advanced with the availability of a handful of third-party apps that respond to specific voice commands.
Users can now say, "OK Google, Shazam this song" into their phones and seconds later Shazam will open and try to identify the song you are hearing, reported PC World.
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It's much easier than locating Shazam in the menu and switching it on before the song ends.
Earlier, users could use voice action to open third-party apps however, they can now ask Play Music to play a specific song or ask Google Maps to navigate to a specific place.