Google Pixel Buds get 2 new gestures and easy Bluetooth switching

Google Pixel Buds get 2 new gestures and easy Bluetooth switching

Google's Pixel Buds are... divisive. Next, you can double tap to skip to the next track while playing music, a feature you'll need to set up in your Pixel Buds' settings in the Google Assistant app on your phone.

We're adding three highly-requested features with the latest update that is beginning to roll out today. There will also be the double tap which previously was used to let users hear new notifications. Otherwise, you could put the Pixel Buds back in their case and restart the pairing process any time you wanted to listen to a music on a new device - say your laptop and your headphones. Anything you can do on your phone through the Assistant, you can with the Pixel Buds - so long as they're connected to your phone, anyway.

Lastly, you can now turn the headphones on and off with a triple tap on the right earbud. You can turn them back on with the same gesture. For example, if you want to jump from your phone to computer, all you have to do is head into the Bluetooth menu on the device you want to connect to and choose the Pixel Buds.

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

Last year Google launched the Pixel Buds, the company's answer to the increasingly popular style of wireless headphones (or earbuds to be more accurate).

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