Google I / O 2018: Google Assistant now makes it easy for users to order Starbucks coffee and Dunkin Donuts

Google I / O 2018
At Google I / O 2018, Google promises that its Google Assistant capabilities will be made smarter with food ordering. Google also promises to work with many restaurants.

So that later only with voice command the user can order food via Google Assistant and stay take it yourself in the store without the need to wait long.

These service capabilities are already available in some restaurants such as Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts.

How it works is quite easy. Users only say Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts in Google Assistant, after which it will find the nearest location and ask if the user wants to take orders from the store. Otherwise, the user is also given the option of another desired restaurant location.

For Starbucks payment systems via mobile apps, users must first set them to their Starbucks account and select a payment method before they can start ordering.

This capability is available for any device already supported by Google Assistant. Currently, temporarily, the service seems to be available in the United States.


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