If you are also a loyalty of Google, you can also own an iPhone, now you can evoke Google Assistant almost easily as you would with the digital server of Apple. All you need is a small creativity, a shortcut and a finger, and it’s almost as good as having a physical button to maintain.
To start, you will need iOS 14, it’s not the biggest problem to install, since the beta developer seems to go far away until now (at least on my device). Once you are running, make sure you download the Google Assistant application for iOS, then activate the shortcut application and create a new shortcut
You will need to add a simple action: Applications> Assistant> Hi Google. (You may need to open Assistant and say to your assistant before appearing on the shortcuts.)
Disable “Show when performing” and save the link with the desired name. (I called my “Google Assistant”, since this seems quite obvious, but you are not limited to my name of my name).
If you try direct access when it hits it, you will notice that you will automatically start Google Assistant, ready for any organ that you plan to tell you. Now we were halfway with our little experiment. (Clock? This doesn’t take long time.)
Subsequently, you want to load the function to touch the IOS accessibility configuration. (Accessibility> Touch, in particular). Tap Double Faucet or Triple Touch: your preferences and scroll to the end of the list of actions you can assign to the gesture. Touch the link you do, then returning the screen by touching the link “Touch Back” in the chicken corner. So you can leave the accessibility settings and reuse your iPhone normally.
Now, whenever you double-tap or triple-tap on the back of your iPhone, will launch Google Assistant. It is almost as good as being able to launch Google Assistant by pressing (or preliminating) a physical button. But while Apple will never leave you do it, this little hack is the next best thing.