Maybe it's a British thing, but many of us seem reluctant to use voice control in many ways, as it is available to us. For example, we never see anyone saying "Hello Google, what's on my calendar?" or "how's the weather?" (maybe we all do it in secret) – but Google has just announced an integration that makes perfect sense even on these more reserved coasts.
Today, Google Maps works with United Kingdom assistant, which means you can say things like "Hey Google, take me to work" (which unfortunately doesn't result in a helicopter appearing outside your door) and "Hey Google, take me to the nearest petrol station "for guidance.
Honestly, "tag me" wording is a bit odd because it implies that Google will do the actual chauffeuring, which of course is not the case. "Guide me to" would have made more sense, but it is less natural. Because speech high for apps is so natural already.
Voice integration in Maps will be very handy for anyone who uses their phone to navigate while driving ̵
Talking to Maps as you navigate, automatically updates your destination, and you can still do other hands-free tasks like saying "Hello Google, Text Moms I'm Running Late" and "Hey Google, Play My Run Playlist."  Google Assistant for Maps goes live today on both iOS and Android (though you should ever update your app to view it). It can also be turned off in the Google Maps settings if you don't want it.
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