You can use "Ok Google" to trigger voice commands and ask Google everything from weather updates to football scores, unit conversions, and so much more, but there hasn't been a list of all the commands the search engine supports. Until now. A developer created a website containing all of the "Ok Google" commands you can ask Google, and it is more extensive that you'd imagine.
There are over 150 commands, with more than a thousand variations. The site has commands sorted by category, so if you're looking for a full list of Easter eggs, it's just a click away.
Check out the list from the link below, and let us know which command you found most useful in the comments. I didn't know that you could decrease or increase screen brightness with a voice command, and that's a nifty find for me as most Chinese-made handsets don't have a brightness slider in the notification shade.
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