The Google Assistant listing on the Play Store might only be a glorified shortcut, but it's still one avenue for accessing the Assistant on supported devices. And, as of a few days ago, it was officially updated to support devices running Lollipop 5.0. Explicit Android tablet support was also added, which brings parity to today's announcement that the Google Assistant is now supported on the iPad, too.
The Google Assistant has become more popular this 2017 as more products and services have become smarter by being integrated with the tech giant’s voice assistant. It has also found a close rival in Amazon’s Alexa but Google’s is still said to be faster and more reliable with all the information available on its very
Google Assistant is already available across a number of devices like phones, speakers, and watches. However, Google has some good news for tablet owners. The search giant is now bringing the Assistant to Android tablets running Android 7.0 Nougat and 6.0
AI-based Google Assistant finally coming to Android Tablets, Lollipop-powered smartphones: All you need to know
Google has officially announced to release Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based Google Assistant feature to Android tablets and Lollipop-powered smartphones in India and many other global regions.
Google Assistant on Android 5.0 Lollipop has begun rolling out for users in the US, the UK, India, Australia and more.
Google Assistant will be available for all Android-powered tablets running Android 7.0 Nougat and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The personal assistant is also rolling out for phones running Android 5.0...
Google Assistant might be a solid enough virtual assistant but not everyone has been able to experience it since its launch earlier this year. Indeed, up to this point Assistant has only been available to Android phone users running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher. With only 29.7 percent of Android...
Older Android phones and, now, Android tablets now have access to a more glorified Google type and voice search interface.
Earlier this year, Google officially released Google Assistant to all Android phones running Marshmallow or higher. Now Google is spreading Assistant even farther.
Google announced today that Google Assistant will now be found on Android tablets for the first time. Slates running Android Nougat (7.0) and Android Marshmallow (6.0) will receive an update allowing users to access the feature. In addition, Android powered handsets running Android Lollipop (5.0) will be the recipient of an update that will add the virtual assistant. With Google Assistant, you can set timers and alarms, create lists that will appear on both your phone and tablet, get the latest weather, news, sports scores, stock prices, turn on or off smart appliances, and much more. Once ...
The Google Assistant started life as an exclusive to the original Pixel phones. It then got rolled out to every Android handset that runs Marshmallow or a newer version, and now it's finally time for it to expand some more.