After Android, Google Assistant will soon be available for iOS soon. Recently, at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 event, Google has said that it is planning to release its digital voice assistant to Android Nougat and Marshmallow devices. Google Assistant launched Google with its pixel smartphone. At the same time, Search Giant Google is now planning to expand its Google Assist iOS devices too.
According to the source, Google will soon launch Google Assistant for iOS. Citing sources, the report states that Google I/O conference can announce an Assistant on iOS in 2017.
The report also states that Google Assistant for iOS will be first launched for US users. Google will release a standalone application available only in the Apple App Store. According to the report, Assistant for iOS will also be included in the Google Alo chat function mainly with voice command feature. No further information has been given about this app.
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Google first launched Google Assistant in October 2016 with Android 7.0 Nougat & Pixel and Pixel XL Smartphone and Google Home Smart Speaker. After rolling out to Google Assistant for Marshmallow and Nougat devices, it was also expanded to Android tablets.
Let’s say that in the Google I / O 2017 event, the company could offer new updates to the Google Assistance app launched last year. After which it will be much better than before. Google Assistant is believed to be a competitor to Apple’s Siri app. Google Assistant has got the ability to differentiate between six different voices in April this year.
Recently, another feature has been added in which users will have access to guidance during the cooking and cooking process. Apart from this, Google Smart Home has received an update to support the device at pixels. Google has launched a developer build for Google Assist SDK, which allows developers to create new skills.