Tuesday, 13 March 2018 Google added its Assistant to the iPhone last year, effectively giving a consolation prize to those who use both it and Apple’s devices. But on Tuesday, Google gave Apple users another token: Assistant on the iPad.
According to the company, Assistant on the iPad does what Assistant for the iPhone can do, which is essentially a more limited range of functions than on an Android device. But Google says it can still do things such as “dim the lights,” cast to your TV, text, or make video calls and set reminders.
Google says the benefit of Assistant on the iPad is that it’s adapted to a larger screen and can work in both portrait and landscape modes. Assistant also allows for multitasking, the company...
New Delhi, Mar 16 (ANI): Google on Thursday announced the launch of Google Assistant in Hindi. The Assistant in Hindi is rolling out to Android phones 6.0+ (Marshmallow and above) and soon coming to Android 5.0 Lollipop, iPhones as well as Android Oreo (Go edition) devices. Now, more Indians can get...
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