Google's Pixel Buds are... divisive.More news: First Day of Ramadan 2018 Announced in Saudi Arabia
As noted above, the software update for the wireless headphones is rolling out today, so keep an eye out.More news: Alabama's Ivey among 7 governors backing Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
Back in March, we mistakenly reported that the Pixel Buds had received an update which enabled the double-tap gesture for track advancement. You can now manually turn on or off your Pixel Buds by triple-tapping on the right earbud. To activate this setting, users will need to go into Pixel Buds settings inside the Google Assistant app. 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.More news: Yaya Toure bids farewell to Manchester City fans in video
Google's controversial Pixel Buds are picking up a new function update, with Google announcing new controls and easier pairing are coming to the earbuds. It will then switch devices to the new one. You can still use voice commands to skip songs if you wish. This is useful if you don't want them to start playing music accidentally - something the headphones were prone to when handling thanks to the large touch-sensitive area. All you have to do is choose the Pixel Buds on the device you want to stream from (provided you have paired both up in the past), and they'll disconnect from the device they're now connected to and start streaming from the new one. A triple tap on many, if not most Bluetooth headphones lets you switch to the previous track, something you still can't do without invoking Google Assistant. The update rolls out beginning today and should be available to most users by early next week.