Google Assistant, for those who still not familiar yet, this is a voice assistant developed by “Big G” google used initially to its own Pixel devices or also find inside the Google app, but only in English at the moment. Through an extension of its compatibility, it is currently available for a large number of smart products to Google Home and all smartphones with Android Marshmallow or higher.
But thanks to the official release of the SDK for Google Assistant, some XDA developers have managed to run the Google Assistant on Windows, Mac or Linux PCs. An article published on their official website, there are all useful steps to port and the only requirement is Python 3 software.
According to the XDA developers, Installation is fairly simple and already well-documented by the Python wiki, so we won’t go into many details about getting Python up and running on your machine. At this point in time, this is purely for educational purposes. There’s no fancy GUI for you to play with, and installing Assistant requires you to use the command line.
It ‘should be noted that the app is not being aesthetically optimized for this type of devices and its use is rather limited. However, for more information and to read the complete guide, please visit the official XDA website source link below.