Countries such as UK, India, Australia, Canada and Singapore have already started to receive the Google Assistant in the English language for mobile devices with Android 5.0 and below. And for Android Lollipop smartphone users, Google is rolling out the update in two languages- English and Spanish.
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Thankfully, the language and regional restrictions for Assistant on Lollipop aren't almost as tight as they are on tablets.
It may now respond to the Google Assistant. Assistant will be rolling out to all Android tablet users in the U.S. with the language set in English. Surprisingly, Google has failed to mention anything about the Google Assistant support on Pixel C, which the only Oreo-powered tablet right now. The update also doesn't include India, the second-largest smartphone market in the world, where users are more likely to purchase more low-cost devices with older versions of Android on board.
In layman terms, Android device users can communicate with Google Assistant like a normal one-on-one conversation with another person and can continue the conversation as long as they want.
Meanwhile, Google is also now bringing the digital helper to tablets for the first time. It's frankly surprising this wasn't available earlier, but it now means your big-screen devices can control your smart home and answer questions just as effectively as the phone in your pocket.
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