When it comes to Digital Assistant Wars ™, one thing is clear, no matter what platform you're on: Siri is objectively awful. Google knows that, so he "repairs" Siri with the latest update of the Assistant app.
How, you ask? Use a custom shortcut to call Siri's assistant. Sure, it's a bit confused ̵
The decor is stupid-simple. Make sure you have the latest version of the Google Assistant app installed and open it. You should be prompted to add an "OK" button to Siri. Just tap it.
This opens the Add to Siri menu by tapping the small orange button and recording your hotword. It suggests "Ok Google," but you can use anything here. Once this is done, you can start.
However, if you mess up your recordings, you have the option to resume them before closing the confirmation screen. If you've already closed this bad guy and find you hate saying "Ok Google," you can change it later.
First, jump to your phone's settings and then select Siri & Search. From there, tap My shortcuts.
Your Google Assistant shortcuts should be where you can delete or modify them at will.
Now say "Hey Siri, Ok Google *" and be amazed at how much better your digital assistant is … even if you have to wait a bit longer to get there.
* – Or whatever you prefer.