Sony TV Voice Commands: A Guide to Google Assistant

In today’s technological world, voice commands have become increasingly popular. Sony has introduced the possibility of voice commands for its TVs with Google Assistant. With the help of this feature, controlling your TV has become easier than ever. You can switch channels, control the volume, access apps, and perform many more tasks with just your voice. Below, we have listed some examples of Sony TV voice commands that will help guide you through making the most of your TV-watching experience.

#1 Basic commands

“Turn the TV on/off”
“Change channel”
“Increase/decrease volume”
“Set volume to 50%”
“Show me the TV guide”
“Go to HDMI 2”
“Open the settings menu”

#2 App-related commands

“Open YouTube”
“Search for ‘cat videos’ on YouTube”
“Watch Netflix”
“Open Amazon Prime”
“Search for ‘Breaking Bad’ on Netflix”
“Skip ad”
“Show me my Prime watch list”

#3 Google Assistant commands

“Set an alarm for 6 a.m.”
“Play some music”
“What’s the weather like today?”
“Tell me a joke”
“Remind me to buy milk at 4 p.m.”
“Translate ‘how are you?’ into Spanish”
“Add broccoli to my shopping list”

#4 Custom commands

“Turn off the TV in 30 minutes”
“Mute the TV during commercial breaks”
“Show me the sports channel every time I say ‘Show me sports'”
“Turn the volume down every time the doorbell rings”
“Pause the TV when I receive a phone call”
“Turn off the TV and lights with one command”
“Change the channel when I say ‘boring'”