Three, two, one: New ways to control Google Pixel Buds

Three, two, one: New ways to control Google Pixel Buds

Today, Google begins rolling out an update to address a couple of those things. That'll no longer be an issue with today's update: You can set a double tap on the right earbud to skip tracks.

Google is also allowing users to customize the double-tap action.

Store visitors will get the opportunity to go hands-on with the tech in an interactive environment, alongside Google Assistant queries hidden throughout the store. Previously, you had to disconnect the Pixel Buds from the first device and then open it in the next one. This comes in the form of new gestures, such as the triple tap on the right earbud that will let users turn the earbuds on or off.

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One easy switch: To switch your Pixel Buds connection between your phone and computer, select your Pixel Buds from the Bluetooth menu of the desired device.

Maybe I'm being too picky, but I wish on/off were active quadruple-tap.

The Google Pixel Buds are among the most curious launched recently by the Mountain View company accessories, which wanted to jump into the world of wireless headsets in an innovative and original way. You can still use a voice command to skip tracks, even with this new gesture enabled.

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