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Alright all you Android lovers, I know a few of us felt left out when it came to Siri and the voice commands and responses, but in the very nearby future, you soon will be able to command your phone with Google’s new assistant! The goal is to get all Android phones operating on the Android Marshmallow and Nougat. Android 6.0 and even 7.0 handsets are expected to receive Google’s Assistant as soon as this week, while, in other countries like Australia, Canada, Germany and UK will have to wait just a bit longer.
The cool thing about Google’s Assistant is that you can be conversational with her. Everything from weather, matches, fun facts, flight info, search the web, change your settings and scheduling appointments. The coolest feature in my opinion is the hands-free camera voice command. She is also able to show you your own pictures from your library. The more your Google Assistant knows you, the more she can provide for you. She can even pull up pictures in your favorite color. You will be able to get facts and information from here in the blink of an eye. For example, you may even ask her where you are, and how long it will take you to get home. Google’s Assistant can do it all, even control your smart home. She is real competition to Alexa, Amazon’s assistant. Telling your assistant good morning or good afternoon will spark her off to inform you of the time, the weather, as well as any appointments or pending tasks you have to complete for the day. She’s a real true life organizer and saver.
We know, you’re dying to update your phone so that you can get the new AI installed, but don’t worry, you don’t have to do a thing! Assistant will be available for use with phones with Google Play Services, once it is available. Google Assistant is expected to be seen even on a wider range of devices, such as Google Home smart speaker, Android Wear 2.0 devices, and even some TV’s or cars.
What do you think of Google’s new Assistant? Would you download it on your own phone? Don’t forget to like, comment, and share!

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