The Google Assistant keeps on getting better. Now one can easily set up personal routines with the help of Google Assistant. With a single command, Google Assistant can handle multiple tasks to get things done for you. Routines are rolling out now in the US and more countries will follow.
Google made its mission to expand the Google Assistant to anywhere it could. And so far, the search giant has been doing a good job at keeping up with its competitor, Amazon. We learned lots about the Google Assistant at CES 2018 in January, and we’ll anticipate more at May’s Google I/O conference. Google’s latest move expands Google Assistant support to include more smart home IoT devices such as those from August.
Earlier in the week at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Google announced Smart Displays. Smart Displays are Google Assistant speakers made by third-parties that have a built-in display. Announcing the first batch on the show floor were Lenovo, LG and JBL. Here’s a roundup of what’s coming and the details.
With Google Assistant rolling out everywhere, have you ever wondered what you can do with it? That’s why Google has created a complete online directory for everything to know about the AI assistant technology that also learns from you.
For a change in times, Google is making big announcements at CES. We’ve already heard about Google Pay, and now Google has announced ‘Smart Displays.’ These are essentially Google Home speakers with the Google Assistant that have a built-in display, and they’ll be made by various hardware partners. Think of them as a collection of Echo Show-like speakers, only powered by the Google Assistant and not Amazon Alexa.
The Google Assistant is Google’s virtual assistant, and it has been available for some time now on smartphones running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and later, with addition to select iPhone models. This week, Google announced that its machine learning AI assistant will be available on more devices.
Google Lens, which began its roll out on Google Photos a couple of weeks ago with a “preview” as demoed at Google I/O 2017, is now rolling out to OG Pixel and Pixel 2 owners.
Google’s only commercially available digital media player and Android TV device, the Nexus Player, is receiving the Google Assistant as part of the November 2017 security patch to Android 8.0 Oreo.