Google Assistant has been out for some time now on Android and was welcomed to the iPhone previous year. If you're an iOS user who prefers Google's apps and ecosystem, then good news, as the company is launching Google Assistant for iPad today.
At the time, however, it had only been available in English.
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You've always been able to run the iPhone version on iPad, of course, but that's never a great experience. Of course, Lollipop and tablet support was explicitly added to the Assistant late a year ago.
We've seen the iPad, in particular, receiving attention on this front in recent days. Like all digital assistants except Siri, the app must be manually opened on the iPad and can not be summoned in the background as on Android devices.
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In fact, only yesterday, Amazon announced its Alexa app for tablets, including iPad, was being updated to support Alexa calling and messaging features which route communications through the Alexa platform. Once you're in the app, Google Assistant has most of the functionality you're used to on other platforms, whether its controlling home automation systems through voice commands, scheduling reminders, or composing text messages. In addition to common AI assistant features such as current news, driving directions, and weather, over 1 million actions are available from the app and searchable via an Explore button found on the main screen. The app works in either portrait or landscape mode, too.
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