Google Pixel Buds pick up new control gestures and easier pairing


Despite significant flaws, I liked them quite a lot in my review, but plenty across tech media did not. Additionally, if listening to music, you can change the double-tap to allow you to skip tracks (thank, God!) instead of checking for notifications. You can continue to use a Google Assistant voice command to skip tracks, even if you assign two taps to the "next" track feature. You can enable it within the Google Assistant app settings on your phone.

Lastly, Pixel Buds now work better when paired to multiple devices.

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Google says that this update is rolling out today and should hit everyone by next week. Pixel Buds can now be manually turned on or off by triple-tapping on the right earbud. You can turn them back on with the same gesture. They're called triple tap, double tap, and one-easy switch. The first is related to Bluetooth pairing between different devices, which is now easier and faster: to switch from one device to another, simply select the Buds from the Bluetooth menu of the second device, and the earphones will automatically disconnect from the first.

Still, it's a welcome update - one that might me make start using the Pixel Buds more often. Today, Google begins rolling out an update to address a couple of those things.