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Google finally gives more Android phones their own Assistant

14 Décembre 2017

Later, some months it was rolled out to all the Android smartphones running on Nougat and Marshmallow.

Earlier this year, phones operating Android Marshmallow have gotten their piece of Google Assistant.

Not only this, Assistant is also coming to older Android version as well. Whereas, the Assistant will be available in US, UK, India, Australia, Canada and Singapore with language set to English. With Google Assistant on tablets, you can do all the usual stuff: set reminders, add to your shopping list, control your smart devices, ask about the weather, and more.

Google has announced it's bringing its Assistant to more phones and tablets over the coming weeks.

Mukha also noted that Assistant will begin rolling out to Android tablets in the USA beginning next week.

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Google Assistant was introduced some time a year ago when the company launched its first ever Pixel smartphone line up.

Not only that, Android tablets will be getting Assistant too. The company is also releasing the expansion Lollipop phones users in Germany, Korea, Japan, and Brazil. Today, however, we have some great news for the hundreds of millions of people out there with Android devices that run Lollipop: You finally have access to one of Google's best creations.

The rise of voice-powered virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa and Apple's Siri assistant led Google to create its own offering, which is arguably the best among them.

Once you get the Google Assistant, creating a shortcut to it's as easy as opting in - you'll see an Assistant app icon in your device's app drawer. It will also be available in Spanish but in the U.S. and Mexico, besides Spain of course.

Google finally gives more Android phones their own Assistant