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Google Assistant Coming to These Existing Android Devices Soon

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Google Assistant Coming to These Existing Android Devices Soon as leaked in a hint by Google. You must have already seen Google assistant on the new Google devices from Pixel and further on.

Google Assistant Coming to These Existing Android Devices Soon as leaked in a hint by Google. You must have already seen Google assistant on the new Google devices from Pixel and further on. But you must be wondering what about the existing Android devices. If and when they will get their personalized assistant app? Well, the AI helper might be coming sooner than expected. Google has unknowingly given beta testers an alpha release of its Android search app that enables assistant support on Non-Pixel devices.

However, this isn’t working out for everyone. The only people who have seen the success of this new venture are those with devices like Nexus 6P to Alcatel’s Idol 4S. The software has messages that are specially intended for those who didn’t previously have Assistant support, so this inclusion can’t be accidental but most probably intentional to get feedback from the public regarding this new development.

Google assistant might be available for a wider use of many more devices

The Alpha also has a new topic section that revisits recent searches, a data saving Lite mode that optimizes pages and previously mentioned support for payments. Also as reported by Android Police,”Update: May enable Google Assistant on non-Pixels] Google App v6.13 “alpha” appears with support for Payments on Google Assistant, and prepares enhanced Offline Search, Lite Mode, Recent page, and much more.”

The official rollout is most probably days away as the app isn’t even in its beta version. The wait might last for weeks or maybe even months if you are willing to wait long enough for the app to be reliable.

However, the fact that Google assistant might be available for a wider use of many more devices is assuring and shows that Google is planning to broaden its scope and users. It sure is interesting use for all the Android device users that didn’t have assistant support.

Let us know how you feel about this news and how it will affect you and your Android device.

Ujjwal Sahay
Ujjwal Sahay is the Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder of Enzuke as well as Author of the cyber security books Hack-X-Crypt and X-Shell. Primarily Ujjwal writes about technology and front-end developer by profession. For more details about him check out his portfolio at [ ujjwalsahay.com ]
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