Recently, Google has added over 50 new games, activities, and stories to the Google Assistant on the smartphones and its home page.
According to a report on Android Police, Google is rolling out an update on the Pixel, Nexus and Android One devices that will make the standard dial app feature an easily accessible video chat option - Google Duo.
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The late release of Assistant is a nice addition for the 26.3 percent of Android users on the three-year-old OS, but it shows a weakness in the way Google updates its software. Basically pared-down variants of existing Google applications, Google likewise declared that we ought to expect more minimal renditions of Google Maps, YouTube, Google Assistant, and Gmail.
Further, Mukha mentioned that the Google Assistant on Android 5.0 Lollipop is rolling-out in the US, the UK, Australia, India, Canada and Singapore with the language option set to English. However, it'll be available in the "coming weeks" only on English tablets in the USA, but it's a start. Even Italy, Japan, Germany, Brazil and Korea will be getting the Assistant. After the availability of Pixel phones, Assistant was rolled out to all smartphones running Android 6.0 Marshmallow of above. It sounds like Google isn't quite going to hit this level of saturation, though, since the Assistant is limited by language and country. Unlike Files Go, which is available for phones with higher RAM as well, the new Google Maps Go app will be available with a RAM capacity of 1GB or lower.
However, there is a way that you can try out Google Maps Go if if you are not running the Android Go operating system via something known as PWA or Progressive Web App.