Google launches Google Assistant on the iPhone

Rodiano Bonacci
Mag 18, 2017

Google Assistant, Android's answer to Apple's Siri, has just kicked down the Cupertino firm's smart AI's door and barged its way into its house - refusing to leave.

The overview will come Wednesday, May 17, 2017, during Google's annual conference for thousands of computer programmers.

One of the most major announcements and focuses any year at Google I/O is the latest installment of the Android operating system.

The move extends the potential reach of Google's assistant, which debuted last fall on the company's Pixel phone and an internet-connected speaker called Home.

If you want to know what Google has planned for the rest of the year in terms of product launches and software updates, you should pay close attention to Google I/O 2017.

It also comes as Google was expected to unveil more partnerships and initiatives in artificial intelligence at its developers conference in California. Now, you can text message the Assistant about upcoming calendar appointments, nearby restaurants, and more, making for a more comfortable experience in public places like elevators and crowded train stations, Google said.

Starting this Summer, Google Assistant will support 4 new languages, French, German, Brazilian Portuguese, and Japanese. Soon, you can even talk to Assistant when shopping online.

Think of it like this: When the main framework of Android is all mixed up with the little bits of code that your device maker needs to change, it makes it hard to get new versions of Android to you.

Among the material to be covered is likely to be Google's interests in virtual reality.

The first Android Go devices will run on Android O and will arrive in 2018.

It wouldn't be a modern day Google I/O without some love given to the in-car operating system space, so expect Android Auto to get some attention. Bluetooth support is also on the way to allow you to play the music on your Android or iOS phone through the Google Home speaker.

Chandra didn't reference Amazon at all Wednesday, but instead introduced another new feature that seems to directly respond to the Echo Show: Google Home owners will now be able to quickly send additional information to any phone or Chromecast-equipped TV screen.

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