Let Google Assistant help you plan your Valentine’s Day

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Spending time with the people you love, is the best thing you can give them. Give them your Time(most precious thing in the world). And let this be a normal caring gesture throughout the year. For other mere mortals or geeks, let Google Assistant help you plan your Valentine Day.

Whether you’re planning to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your partner or best friends (or maybe it’ll be a self-care day), the Google Assistant can help transform your home from forgettable to festive. Since more than 700 million people turn to Google Assistant every month as their go-to helper, it’s a great way to reach them in their everyday moments.

Help with romance and order flowers from 1–800 Flowers using Google Assistant

Valentine’s Day — arguably the most starry-eyed day of the year– is around the corner. A day that buzzes with queries from loved one’s, looking to find that perfect gift to show their better half how much they care. No matter how you like to spend your Valentine’s Day — with romantic gestures or like any other day, the Google Assistant is here to help you celebrate and have some fun.

Planning a romantic home-cooked meal or a simple cozy evening weekend getaway with the love of your life? Wanting to send flowers to your sweetie, but don’t know where to begin? Google Assistant can help you plan every activity on the day and make it special. Just ask and you’ll get answers — from the party venue, music, to the menu, the Google Assistant has got you covered. After all, isn’t that what assistants are for? Sweep your sweetheart off their feet this Valentine’s Day with these romantic tips.

Get recipe ideas

Cooking a delicious meal for two at home this Valentine’s Day? Make sure your nerves don’t cause you to accidentally add way too little salt or far too much oil. Google Assistant, powered by Bon Appetit, The New York Times, The Food Network, and more, lets you choose from 5 million recipe ideas to ensure your date will leave impressed after the meal. This way, you have hands-free access to your favorite recipes, making sure you don’t miss an important step along the way. Not in a mood to cook, no problem, a query like “Mexican Restaurants near me” or “play romantic 90’s songs” will help you plan a great meal and set the mood!

Dim the smart lights

On your Assistant-enabled smart speaker or Smart Display, just say “Hey Google, turn up the love” and let the magic unfold. The Assistant will play smooth jazz music and if you have color-changing smart lights, they’ll glow romantic red and purple tones. This feature is available in English across the globe. Got a set of smart bulbs, like Philips Hue? Set the romantic mood by dimming lights and lighting some candles. With Philips Hue or a smart light dimmer, such as the Lutron Caseta, or Belkin Wemo, you can ask Google Assistant to dim the lights automatically with a tap on your smartphone or a simple voice command. That way, you can you continue to lock eyes with your loved one forever and not ruin the mood by getting up for lights.

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Put on some music or entertainment

Nothing sets the mood like some jazz, romantic classical music. But shuffling endlessly for the perfect playlist on your phone or playing music from your staticky old boom box are sure-fire ways to kill a romantic mood. With Google Nest/Home speakers, you can simply ask Google Assistant to play the kind of music you want to hear, and it will help you out by playing music from YouTube Music, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Music, or TuneIn.

Treasure this V-day for a lifetime: As every celebration is incomplete without pictures, treasure those timeless moments and see your favorite V-Day moments on your TV with a simple command “Hey Google show my photos on TV.

Send flowers or gifts

Is your sweetheart currently on the other side of the country? Distance does make the heart grow fonder, but a beautiful bouquet of flowers or a sweet box of chocolates can’t hurt either. On Google Assistant-enabled devices for both Android and iPhones use Assistant to order flowers and other gifts. Order flowers through Assistant, launch the Google Assistant on your phone. And then, type in or say “Hey Google, talk to 1–800-Flowers” Assistant will then hand the conversation off to 1–800 Flowers.

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Spend it with Google Assistant

Don’t have a date this Valentine’s Day? Nothing wrong with a cozy night in. But if you do get a bit lonesome, you can always ask these Valentine’s-related questions.

  • Hey Google, will you be my Valentine?
  • Hey Google, who is your Valentine?
  • Hey Google, who do you love?
  • Hey Google, tell me a love story
  • Hey Google, I’m single
  • Hey Google, play romantic music.
  • Hey Google, show romantic dinner recipes.
  • Hey Google, play a podcast about relationships.
  • Hey Google, Happy Valentine’s Day to learn how to say “I love you” in 8 different languages (Korean, Mandarin, Hindi, French, Spanish, Danish, Gujarati, Indonesian). 
  • Hey Google, do you love me? to create a heartfelt poem with the Assistant.

And if you want to plan a date night out:

  • “Hey Google, show me some restaurants near me with a nice ambiance.”
  • “Hey Google, directions to a flower shop near me.”
  • “Hey Google, show me movie times.”

Did you know your Google Assistant is actually a trained singer? If you want to be serenaded on Valentine’s Day, say, “Hey Google, serenade me.” Your Google Assistant will proceed to sing you a poem. Hey, at least your virtual assistant is always there for you when you need it most. No matter how you plan to spend Valentine’s Day, the Assistant can help you add a little love.

So happy Valentine’s or Galentine’s Day to you and yours!💕


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