Android Studio is Google's recommended environment for developing Android applications, and plenty of new features were announced at Google I/O. Some of those improvements have now landed in the beta branch, with the release of Android Studio 3.2 Beta.
Stuff discovered in Google's latest Android P DP2 images has now been added, as well as features announced at Google I/O
The feature looks very similar to Google Lens that was announced during Google I/O 2017 conference
The feature was announced at Google I/O as an optional setting, which lets user have a natural back-and-forth conversation with the Assistant without repeating 'Hey Google' for each follow-up request
At this year’s Google I/O, the company talked quite a bit about Google Assistant, and “Continued Conversation” was one of Google’s main announcements… well, that feature has just started to roll out. Google has announced that the feature is not available on the Google Home, Google Home Mini, and the Google Home Max smart speakers.
Do you want to have a more natural conversation with your AI voice assistant? If saying wake words like "OK, Google" over and over again seem to robotic and stilted for you, Google is pushing out an update that it first announced at Google I/O called Continued Conversation.
Several apps have changed their UI or have tweaked their algorithms in order to present to you the information, messages, or news that it believes you want to see first. Google Assistant is joining this group with a new personal overview page for users. Introduced at Google I/O last month, this page consolidates everything that Google thinks that you want to see right away, and shows it to you using a feed-like interface.
We first learned that Google would be bringing a Continued Conversation feature to Assistant at Google I/O, when the tech giant unveiled a whole host of exciting new features. And now, Continued Conversation has been launched.
Google I/O was awash with Assistant news, but Duplex mystery aside, Continued Conversation was easily one of the most compelling announcements of the bunch. The feature is an attempt to bring more naturalized conversation to the AI — a kind of holy grail with these sorts of smart assistants. Continued Conversation is rolling out to
At Google I/O in May, Google introduced a new feature for Google Assistant called Continued Conversation. As the name suggests, this would allow you to carry on a longer conversation with Google, thanks to one big change – less repeating of the Assistant hot words “Hey, Google” and “OK, Google.” With Continued Conversation, you get … Continued
Mobile app subscriptions are usually a pain in the arse to cancel, but Google is doing its part to make it slightly easier to get out of the fees with its new Subscriptions Center. The feature, announced at Google I/O earlier this year, rolled out to most Android users today.