Google Assistant is finally arriving to more mobile devices, including phones and tablets to several different markets around the world…
Google isn’t well-known for delivering its software and app updates in a quick, widespread manner. Many mobile device owners run different versions of Android, unable to upgrade to the latest iteration.
Google Assistant now Rolling Out to More Android Devices and Phone Running Lollipop and Up
But, the search giant has put a lot of effort behind Google Assistant recently. And, it’s making the digital service more widely available. Just in the past few weeks, Google Assistant added more local home services and the ability to identify songs. Now, the smart feature will also go out to Android tablets running 6.0 Marshmallow and 7.0 Nougat. Additionally, Google Assistant will likewise become available to phones running 5.0 Lollipop.
Over the coming weeks, Google Assistant will hit tablets in the U.S. with English set to their primary language. It’s already rolling out to English language-set 5.0 devices in the U.K., Australia, Canada, Singapore, and India. Additionally, Spanish language-set devices in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain will get the assistant. Moreover, Google will roll it out to Italy, Japan, Germany, Brazil, and Korea.
Google Assistant is a virtual personal assistant which can perform a number of functions. For instance, it can engage in two-way conversations, calculate measurement conversions, answer questions, and plenty more. Google Assistant can also perform web searches, schedule events, set alarms, launch mobile apps, and adjust hardware settings. It can furthermore show information from a connected user’s Google account.