How Google Assistant Can Help You Make Decisions: 6 Best Apps That Can Improve Your Life Quality

Google Assistant is a functional artificial intelligence that can be carried in your pocket. And, the number of smartphone apps supporting this technology is growing day by day.

Android users can already experience its functionality within the most popular applications, such as Facebook Messenger, Viber, Telegram, and WhatsApp.

However, Google Assistant is not just limited to digitizing voice messages. In 2019, it became insanely smarter and faster. The AI behind the application has been improved and now understands human speech much better. Thus, Google Assistant can help you make more informed decisions based on your previous choices or directions.

In this article, we will talk about the best apps that support Google Assistant.

1.) FitnessBuddy

If you are doing workouts regularly, you might have noticed that sometimes it can become quite boring. But with FitnessBuddy, you will get a diversified training program to make things less dull and workout reminders to keep you motivated.

Since FitnessBuddy is designed for beginners, it cannot replace a professional personal trainer. However, it can give you step-by-step instructions for your workout activities and advise you on exercises for every muscle group. Thus, FitnessBuddy can keep you motivated and monitor your daily workout routine.

2.) Itcher

Don’t know what kind of movie to watch? For both TV series lovers and weekend watchers, Itcher is a great recommendation tool that can help you choose a nice movie based on your interests.

In order to get started, you need to install the app, sign up, and refresh your movies list. After some time, you will be able to ask Google Assistant to recommend something to watch. The longer your “seen” list is, the better advise Itcher can give.

Surely, not everything that app suggests may grow on you. But in most cases, you can discover some new genres that won’t leave you indifferent. Generally, 7 out of 10 suggestions hit the bull’s eye.

3.) Homework manager

Most students tend to procrastinate. Whether they are postponing their home assignment, project for part-time work, or putting off term paper writing — it’s always the same old story. They waste a lot of time scrolling Facebook feed, watching TV, or chatting with their friends. However, sometimes a simple reminder is enough to get you working again.

Homework manager has been created in order to fight procrastination. The idea behind it is pretty simple — the app monitors your study activities and reminds you to complete your home tasks before the deadline. Surely, Homework manager cannot write a college paper online instead of you, but it is a great way for students to cast off the shackles of procrastination and track their learning performance.


IFTTT is an abbreviation for “If This, Then That.” It is a service that creates chains of simple conditional statements. In a nutshell, you can create action chains that will happen under certain circumstances. For example, if you miss a call from your mother, your device sends you a notification on Facebook.

Also, IFTTT allows you to create custom commands for Google Assistant. If you spend some time and customize this app, you’ll be able to make smarter decisions with its help. For instance, you can set a command to check the prices in a local shop on its website. When the price becomes low enough, IFTTT will inform of that.

5.) Todoist

Todoist is one of the best time planners that support Google Home and Google Assistant. With this app, you can create tasks, goals, and to-do lists using your voice. However, the free version is limited to only 80 active projects but contains no ads or in-app purchases. The premium plan adds such functions as reminders, task labels, and alarms.

Todoist is available for all modern platforms (Android, Chrome, Windows, and iOS). The best part is that it can synchronize all devices that are logged in into your account. Thus, you create a task using your phone and receive the notification about that on your PC.

6.) Send Me a Sample

Did you know that you can get free samples of the majority of products online? With this app, you can do this using your Google Assistant. But, bear in mind that beverages, pizzas, perfumes, etc. are usually not offered through this service.

Samples are available in a limited number and within a specified period. However, it is definitely worth checking if there’s something interesting available from time to time.

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