Since its release, Google Assistant is making its way up to the top spot challenging its most popular competitor, Amazon’s Alexa. The AI system’s relevance to your daily activities is undeniable. Its wide-range availability of voice commands allows you to be in control from the moment you wake up to the moment you need to switch the lights off. It is also your perfect buddy in doing your morning routine, preparing your family dinner, driving home from work, or listening to your favorite party jam. Just like its similar AIs, it is available in almost all of your smart devices especially in your Android mobile phones where it is already integrated.
Despite there being quite a few artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistants, Google Assistant is the crème la de crème by some distance. It’s smart and keeps getting better with time. Assistant not just supports multiple languages, but its presence is across a wide range of applications and hardware. Besides letting you ask questions and receive answers, Assistant packs in quite a few neat tricks under its sleeve too. Keeping you abreast of your upcoming schedule and travel times, pulling recent appointments’ information, getting dinner reservations done, etc. are some of the many things Assistant can do. Google Assistant also notifies you of heavy traffic, cancellations, etc. so that you can reschedule things accordingly.
The virtual assistant was originally launched exclusively for Google Pixel smartphones and Google Home. Thankfully, Google expanded its services allowing the newest Android devices to run the AI system. It is now available for smartphones, Android TVs, Android auto, and even Wear OS devices. Even smart speakers produced by third-party manufacturers such as Sony, Sonos, LG, and Panasonic can now offer the system. It is also available on the iPhone, although with some restrictions. Assistant is compatible with Samsung’s own AI system, Bixby.
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