We bring sad news related to Pokémon. It seems that the Pikachu voice app is crashing on some devices.
Unfortunately, the app “Pikachu Talk” for Google Home and Assistant will end their service at the end of this month. With this app, fans could chat with Pikachu and ask him questions, get funny answers, and enjoy his classic one-liners.
However, from June 13, 2023, the service will be interrupted. However, it seems that in other services such as Amazon Alexa it will continue to be available.
You can see how it works below:
[Let’s talk with Pikachu]
You can now talk to Pikachu on Google Home and Google Home Mini! Say “OK Google, I want to talk to Pikachu♥”! pic.twitter.com/esPirxreOJ
— Google Japan (@googlejapan) November 8, 2017
As you can see in the video above, Google Home is basically a smart speaker developed by Google that uses Google’s virtual assistant called Google Assistant. For its part, Google Assistant is an artificial intelligence assistant that responds to voice commands and performs various tasks, such as playing music, providing information, setting reminders, controlling smart home devices, and more. Google Home acts as a central device to access Google Assistant and control different aspects of a smart home, but now Pikachu will no longer be a part of them.
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