At the Google I/O 2017, the search giant has announced a full series of its new Google Assistant, his powerful voice assistant, and now is indeed coming to Apple iOS platform, in particular, iPhone.
The news had already emerged over the past few days, but now Google has officially announced the Google Assistant for iPhone and other iOS devices.
Google also announced some new features related to Assistant will now be able to understand typing and over the next few months you’ll see some niftier Assistant features. Assistant over the past year has improved on its conversational abilities. The AI is able to recognize natural language and contextual meaning to understand and interact naturally with the Assistant. Now you can also be able to schedule appointments and add reminders through Google Home, make hands-free calls with Home, and see visual responses from Assistant on your TV through Chromecast.
Google also released the new SDK dedicated to Assistant, which will allow manufacturers to integrate within any product, such as smartphones, TVs, toys, set top box and more. The Assistant on iOS will be made available from version 9.1 and above.