Thanks to an update, Google on Android now lets you use voice controls to send messages (in English) through third-party services. Supported right now are WhatsApp, Viber, NextPlus, Telegram and WeChat.
Just say for instance “send a WhatsApp message to Mom” and you’re all sorted. Other apps and languages are currently in the works.
Another handy feature in the new tweak is a wait time graph for when you’re visiting places that are usually crowded. It will handily suggest when is a better time for you to visit your favourite coffee joint or, if you insist anyway, how long you’ll likely be in queue.