Use Google Assistant To Become A Trivia Pro

Use Google Assistant To Become A Trivia Pro

Want to master HQ Trivia on your own time? Google Assistant can help you with that.

Google and HQ Trivia, the app-based trivia game, have teamed up to create HQ University, which lets users hone their trivia skills outside of live shows using Google Assistant.

With HQ University, you’ll have the opportunity to answer 12 questions that get more difficult as you go — and you can keep playing even if you get one wrong. Questions are voiced by HQ host Scott Rogowsky and a voice bot named Fredo.

The “action” is available on Google Assistant-enabled devices, including Google Home speakers, iOS 10.0+ devices, and Android phones, TVs, watches, and tablets.

To launch HQ University on your device, simply say, “Hey Google, get me ready for HQ.”

You can’t earn money when you play with Google Assistant — the game is merely meant to help you practice for the real thing. But thanks to the hands-free nature of voice assistants, you can boost your trivia skills (for free) while you make dinner, take a shower, or sit on your couch drinking coffee.

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