Saying "OK Google" is one thing. I know when I say it, it starts listening. It's an interaction that is very transparent, "OK Google, I am now giving permission for you to start listening to me" But always listening to my conversations is a whole other issue that I wish Google would be just as transparent about, if indeed they are always listening.

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Turn on the always-listening mode from the Google app. Next you’ll be prompted to say, “Ok Google” three times so the app can learn how your voice sounds. This is to ensure only you can

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Jul 12, 2019 Access the Google Assistant with your voice - Android On Android phones running Android 5.0 and up, you can use your voice to talk to the Google Assistant even when your phone is locked. Learn how to control what info you see and hear. On your Android phone or tablet, touch and hold the Home button or say "OK Google" or "Hey Google." In the bottom right, tap . So is "OK Google" always listening? : conspiracy Saying "OK Google" is one thing. I know when I say it, it starts listening. It's an interaction that is very transparent, "OK Google, I am now giving permission for you to start listening to me" But always listening to my conversations is a whole other issue that I wish Google would be just as transparent about, if indeed they are always listening. How Google Home's 'always on' will affect privacy Google Home is always listening for the phrase, "OK, Google" so it can take its instructions. The issue that has some people concerned is the phrase "always listening."