I would love someone to take a good trip to inform Apple Siri that Google Assistant has arrived on it Home Desk, its official Platform, the iPhone!
Announced at Google I/O, the company will roll out Assistant as a separate iOS app from Google search to specifically target tasks tied to your personal preferences.
But there are a lot of differences, a lot of similarities on the platform. Why are there differences? Google answers by saying: “Assistant won’t be able to operate exactly like it does on Android devices. Google says because there are API restrictions”
— Google (@Google) May 17, 2017
Right now, below are the few things, Google Assistance can do:
*. Send iMessages
*. Play a song on your Spotify app
*. Identify Places for you
“Today, I’m excited to announce that Google Assistant is available for iPhone,” VP of Engineering Assistant Scott Huffman said. The app is currently available in the App Store. You can download at: iTunes
Watch a video below;
Also new today, you can now type your queries instead of speaking out loud. This could be useful if you have a burning question and somebody is sleeping next to you.
Right now, Google Assistant only works in English, making it much less compelling for international users. This is Siri’s main advantage when you compare it to Amazon’s Alexa, Microsoft’s Cortana and Google Assistant. But…
But that’s also about to change as Google Assistant is going to support French, German, Brazilian Portuguese and Japanese pretty soon. Italian, Spanish and Korean should come next.