Voice assistant Google Assistant will soon be available to iPhone and iPad users
16.05.2017 0 Comments
Google will soon offer opportunities for virtual assistant for mobile device users on iOS. It is reported by Android Police, citing a “credible source”.
Allegedly, the announcement will be made this week at the conference Google I/O. First, the corresponding app will be able to download users in the US, but later it will be available in other countries.
In that the announcement of Google Assistant for iOS will take place at the conference for developers, there is nothing strange, because the virtual assistant Google were represented at a similar event last year. In April 2017 the company has released Assistant SDK tool, which you can use to integrate the digital assistant into various products. Now developers can use the functions of a virtual assistant Google in their applications.
How will Google Assistant on Apple devices is still unknown. Due to the limitations of iOS it is clear that technology capabilities will be limited compared to Siri. According to preliminary information, Google Assistant on the iPhone will be similar to the Google app Allo and will be able to communicate with a user in live chat — text or voice.
The announcement of Google Assistant was held on 18 may 2016. Initially, the voice assistant has been integrated in smartphones Pixel and Pixel XL, as well as “smart” column with the Google Home. Then it became available for watches running Android Wear 2.0 and Android smartphones with Marshmallow and Nougat, and is also preparing to launch Android Auto and Android TV.