Do you have trouble finding out what's happening in your life? Google Assistant can help.
When you open the Assistant app on your phone, it displays a "visual overview of your day", including how long it takes to get to work, any banknotes, meetings you're scheduled to attend, and more, Google announced Tuesday . Google rolls this out to Assistant on IOS and Android this week.
"The recovery times are in front of you, so you know when to get ready if you're ready for work, lunch or on your way home for the night," wrote Google Assistant Product Manager Deniz Binay in a blog post. "When you roll down, you'll see your agenda, reminders, restaurant or movie reservations, your favorite stocks, upcoming bills, transit packages, and suggestions for new actions you'll try."
On iOS, you will see these personal updates as soon as you open the app. On Android, you can access this feature by pressing the new inbox icon at the top right of the screen after you have enabled Assistant.
In the future, the feature will offer even more information.
"We" I'll continue to add more useful features to your still image over time, such as an overview of your notes and lists from Google Keep, Any.do, Bring!, Todoist and others, a new discovery department to help you to find nearby activities, reminder of where you parked, custom recommendations for music and podcasts, and much more, "he wrote.
At the same time, if you have a phone equipped with an assistant, call calls may be soon one thing from the past. On Google I / O, the company showed a development product called Google Duplex, that uses Assistant to call you. Like you, complete a conversation with the real person at the end of the line , you do not need it.