Google Assistant seems to be the best Assistant for extracting information from search engines & providing the correct reply to the users most of the time. Sadly, The Assistant is available for Pixel devices only. You can use the Assistant only inside “Google Allo’. In this guides, we’re going to give an explanation for how you can get “Google Assistant” on your Android device.
If you want to try Google Assistant, but you do not have a Pixel phone, there may be still hope. While it is only available on a few devices, you can still use the Google Allo app to get the Google Assistant on your phone. Read on to find out more.
What is Google Assistant?
The Google Assistant is an intelligent personal assistant that can engage in two-way conversations to answer a question which has been developed by Google and announced at Google I/O in May 2016. Unlike Google Now, play a song, throw on your favorite TV show (via Chromecast), and control lighting and thermostats without leaving the comfort of your couch.
How to get Google Assistant
With the help of Allo app by google, you can use Google Assistant to do basic tasks, like get directions or find restaurants from within a chat. To do this you just add @google, and the Assistant is summoned and ready. You can also create a one-on-one chat with the Google Assistant to set reminders, get flight updates and similar other requests.
- Smart Reply- Respond to messages without typing a single word. Smart Reply learns over time and suggests responses to text and photos, in your style.
- Ink- Get creative with the photos you send by doodling on them or adding text.
- Stickers- Say it all with the perfect sticker. Stickers in Google Allo are designed by independent artists and studios from around the world.
- SHOUT or whisper- No more typing in ALL CAPS to get your point across. Say it louder or quieter by changing the size of your text with a quick swipe.
- Meet your Google Assistant- Google Allo brings you the Google Assistant. Find restaurants nearby, share videos to watch, and get answers, right in your conversation with friends. Add @google to your group conversation or chat one-on-one with your Assistant. It’s your own personal Google, always ready to help.
- Incognito mode- Send messages with end-to-end encryption, use private notifications to help keep your chats more discreet, and control how long your messages stick around with expiring chats.
What do you think of the Google Assistant? Which device did you try it on? Let us know in the comments below.