Need a ride? You can start ($ 129 at Walmart) .with your Google homepage
Just give your speaker or hub a command and your selection will be sent to your phone. The best part? Google's built-in assistant searches for the best options for driving, so you can get out faster and spend less.
Choosing a Service
If you're not already loyal to a specific driving service, you can use a Google homepage to select the service that suits you best. Start with a command like "Hey, Google, book a drive to [your destination]" or "Hey, google, bring me to [your destination]."
Google Assistant responds by transferring a list of driving services in your area ̵
Here is a complete list of ride-sharing services that are compatible with Google Assistant:
- Chauffeur Prive
- Gojek090 [19659010
- Meru Cabs
- Ola Cabs
- You can not help if you do not have any services near you. If you're sure you have a service near you and you do not have any options for Google Assistant, try again. It can be a little uncomfortable.
Driving a Trusted Service
If you know exactly which car service you want, Google Assistant can still help you save money. Say something like "Hey, Google, bring me to Lyft (to your destination)" or "Hey, google, book an Uber."
On your phone, booking options with price comparison are displayed. For example, if you want to drive by car from Lyft, options for Lyft Shared and regular Lyft will be displayed on your phone or your Home Hub screen ($ 149 at Walmart) . Phone will open automatically.
Finish the booking and your journey is on its way.
Book with a Google Home Hub
When you ask your Home Hub about a ride, you see the current traffic and estimated prices for available travel services on the display. Like the home speaker, pricing and wait information is sent to your phone.
Next, open Google Maps on your phone and switch to the Services tab to complete the booking.