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In the beginning the Google Assistant was available only to those smartphones running Android 7.1.1 Nougat update.

Google Assistant debuted to much success during Google's I/O conference past year, and it was fully featured as one of the flagship capabilities of the tech giant's Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones that were released October 2016.

It was only a couple of days ago when we heard Rick Osterloh saying there won't be any new Pixel laptop at the moment. The only new feature, according to the changelist, allows Android users to access Cortana from the lock screen. The personal assistant from Google will finally make its mark on a non-pixel device, and the bigger news is that it won't be confined to Nougat OS either. Most people like Google Assistant for a lot of reasons but the fact that Google Assistant is better than Siri or not is and will remain a debatable topic for a long time. He also said that Google is leaving the low-cost Smartphones market for other competitive manufacturers. Canadians and Australians will be the next customers to get the AI, while Germans will see the feature in their native tongue at some point down the road. Just tap the Google Assistant icon in the compose box and Assistant will be there to assist.

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Although Google Allo, the mobile messaging network that Google launched last September to compete with other networks like WhatsApp, among others. Google says it will add support for more languages "over the coming year". In starting, it was made available on Pixel, Google Home, Google Allo and Android Wear.

With the latest update, it will be easier to bring Google Assistant into your chats. If Google Assistant does come out of the dark and onto the iPhone, it would definitely be a welcome change for all iPhone owners. It's not totally gone as a simple swipe up from the Assistant UI will get you the information you need from the service, but its original interface will be going away with this update.

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