Google Assistant making its way to Android M and N devices

Finally Google decided to take care of its all other Android users and they are rolling out Google Assistant for millions of devices worldwide running on Android Marshmallow and Nougat. This is going to be one of the biggest update ever in Android OS as Google Assistant changes the way we use a phone and it takes commands and operates your device from voice control. This latest update from Google will replace Google Now, the current voice control system in Android devices and this is going to be a huge transition as around 32% of overall Android devices are running on Android Marshmallow and plus OS.

Google Assistant was introduced in Google Pixel and it came as stock app in these two devices from Google, and it was in the plan to replace google now with google assistant in all of Android powered devices, so they finally executing this. Google is pushing this update without involving any device’s manufacturer and they are just pushing it directly into Android M and N devices via an option to update Google Play Services. This update process will be a little slower, devices running on Android Nougat will be the first one to receive this update and then Google Assistant will gradually make its way to devices running on Android Marshmallow.

Learn How to Enable Google Assistant on non-pixel devices

Google Assistant update will come into patches according to the region and users in United States will be the first ones to receive this update and then Google will push this update to Europe starting from United Kingdom upto other European countries. So if you are in Asia or Africa then you need to wait a little longer to get your hands on this latest development from Google. Share your opinion with us about Google Assistant and stay tuned for future updates.

An IT professional who loves to write about modern technology to provide you best and updated information.

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply