Google Assistant, a virtual assistance based on artificial intelligence was revealed back in 2016 by Google exclusively for the Pixel devices, but later it has been made available to all the Android devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or above. A fresh piece of information is there from the house of Google which we will be sharing today through this article; Google recently expanded the reach of their assistant so let’s check out more about it.
Google Assistant is a beneficial feature for Android users; you can customize it to recognize “Hey Google” instead of “Ok Google” any way we will talk about that in any other article. Recently Google has taken a step forward as now their Google Assistant can be installed on the devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop which is outdated now. When it comes to Tablets Google Assistant will be available to the tabs running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or above.
The Google Assistant is currently in rollout process, the users who have opted for the English language are getting this update in the U.S, U.K, India, Australia, Canada, and Singapore region. It is also rolling out for the users who have opted for the Spanish language in the U.S, Italy, Germany, Japan, Brazil, etc.
If you haven’t received this new update yet, then there is nothing to bother as it is a typical process and may take a while to be available for all the device, after its rollout almost 60% of Android devices will have it. You can also download the Google Assistant APK file from the site APKMirror.