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Friday, 3 March 2017

Google Assistant Is Now Rolling Out To More Android Devices


Google has declared that the Google Assistant, which initially appeared with the Pixel/Pixel XL, is presently at long last growing to more Android devices and this exclusive incorporate devices that are running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and 7.0 Nougat .



Google Assistant


For the uninitiated, Google Assistant is really redesign of Google Now, which has been a piece of the Android biological community for quite a while. On the off chance that you've utilized Google Now, then you will observe Assistant to be fundamentally the same as from numerous points of view. Much the same as how Now hauls out data for you, for example, the activity circumstance while in transit to work, educating about the climate you'll confront on a day, reports in regards to your most loved cricket group and so forth, the greater part of this is done similarly by Google Assistant.



Nonetheless, it goes well beyond the components offered by Google Now, and here's the reason:

  


Google’s voice activated personal assistant, Now, was not platform specific. It was available on almost all devices running Android 4.1 Jellybean or higher. However, as mentioned above, the new Google Assistant was only made available for both Pixel and Pixel XL phones. You can think of the Google Assistant as a next generation of Google Now that keeps most of the functionality of its predecessor and also do a bit more such as hold two-way conversations with the user, learn your personal details and even recall information from previous conversations.

Will My Phone Get Google Assistant?

The phones that are most likely to get Google Assistant include:
  1. Samsung Galaxy S7
  2. HTC 10
  3. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
  4. LG G5
  5. LG V20
  6. Huawei P9
  7. and many more
Google hasn’t officially confirmed any kind of list of devices that will be getting the Google Assistant upgrade but the company promises “hundreds of millions of Android users”. However, as it comes as part of a Google Play Services update, expect a lot of devices running either Marshmallow or Nougat to get the Google Assistant soon.

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