What is Google Assistant? Explained

In May 2016 Google has officially launched its Google assistant on their Pixel’s smartphone. Later to the android phones.

Like Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana, Google has its own assistant: Google Assistant.

What is Google Assistant?

Google Assistant is a virtual personal assistant developed by Google and announced at it’s developer’s conference in May 2016. Not like the earlier Google, it can engage in two-way conversation.

At the first as a part of google messaging app Allo, and its voice activated speaker Google Home. After a short period of time, it started exclusively on Google’s Pixel smartphones. In February 2017 it is launched and widely used in most of the smartphone running on Android platform and android wear, and was released as third party application in ios platform in May 2017. Along with these, the Google Assistant has extended to support a large variety of devices including smarthome appliances and cars.

As in the previous Google, keyboard input is also possible. User can contact with their own personal assistant: Google assistant with their natural voice. Assistant can be able search on internet, shedule events and alarms. It can also change hardware and software setting on this user’s device. All the things you shared with the assistant are private and are secured, so that any user can share their passwords and personal information. Assistant can also identify object and gather digital information through device camera.

Device that support Google Assistant

  • Google Home
  • Android Oreo
  • JBL Link
  • Sony LF-S50G
  • Panasonic GA10
  • Onkyo
  • Mobvoi
  • Android wear

Technology like Google Assistant

  • Amazon Alexa
  • Microsoft Cortana
  • True knowledge Evi
  • Microsoft Voice Command
  • Apple Siri
  • Samsung S Voice
  • Samsung Viv

Official Web site: https://goo.gl/ZzpTAz

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