Google Released an iPad-friendly Version of the Assistant

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Moupiya Dutta
Moupiya Dutta
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Google has released an iPad-friendly version of Assistant. The latest version of Google assistant has been launched on iPad, allowing customers to control their smart home, make calls, send texts, set reminders, and more from their Apple tablet. You can also send commands to the AI companion while chatting with a friend or planning your day.

The app is available in many languages like English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish. At first, it had only been available only in English.

The updated app launched on the iPad offers a similar experience as on iPhone. The updated app is a little different on the iPad as it takes full advantage of the tablet’s larger screen, but that also includes multitasking support in iOS 11 with a split screen.

Google Assistant needs the full authorization of your iOS address book to text or call a friend. It also sets reminders, plays music, calendars events, helps to navigate, answer questions, cast to your TV, and helps control connected smart home devices, among other things. The Google Assistant iPad app is available on Apple’s App Store, which works in both portrait and landscape modes.

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