There are a ton of valuable voice-controlled applications and games on Google Assistant, including a few that are helpful for parents with young children. For as far back as few years, Google has supported read-along books on Google Assistant gadgets, yet now a large portion of them are gone, with Disney stories from Little Golden Books removed.
Spotted by Android Police, Google recently updated one of its support pages to take note of that a large number of its read-along Little Golden books for Google Assistant are not, at this point accessible. The organization just lists the books that are accessible, which include:
What’s been removed? Three times what’s really accessible. Twelve books have been taken out, with one book no longer on Google’s list yet active. Every one of the 17 books are as yet listed on Disney’s site as viable, however. The list of titles before February 23 incorporated The Three Little Pigs, Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, Coco, Jack Attack, Moana, Toy Story 3, Peter Pan, Mulan, Mickey Mouse and his Spaceship, Mickey’s Christmas Carol, Mickey Mouse Goes Christmas Shopping, and Ara the Star Engineer. That last one is as yet accessible when mentioned on Google Assistant speakers and smart displays.
Beforehand, you could access all 17 of these books through Assistant using commands, for example, “Hey Google, let’s read along with Disney.” Then, you could pick a book and begin reading, however now the majority of those books are no more.
Now, it’s indistinct why these titles have been removed. Google, Disney, and Little Golden have shuffled this library before, yet this time around, most titles have been removed entirely.
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