It seems like Apple has released that Siri cannot beat Google Assistant. Yes, you are not hearing me wrong because Google Assistant is launching today in iPad. The information was first shared by MacRumors and covered the whole internet and social media.
After the getting the native Google Assistant support in iPad user can control the device either in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil) and Spanish.
Well if I talk about the interface of the Google Assistant in iPad then there is a lot to say. But the as per the various sources the native update comes with but with an interface optimized for the larger 7.9-inch to 12.9-inch screen sizes of Apple’s tablet.
Release note from Google
Release notes for version 1.2.4507 of Google Assistant in the App Store inform users they can “now get the full Assistant experience” on the iPad.
Competition for Google Assistant
Google Assistance is not the only one that’s now going to support iPads. Amazon also announced Alexa app for tablets, including iPad, was being updated to support Alexa calling and messaging features which route communications through the Alexa platform.
Features in futures
Well, as per the technources after getting the native Google Assistant update in iPad the query interpretation will be enhanced. With this new update, the device will be able to get better understand the context and speech styles. For example, asking “Where can I buy one near me” following after a query for a product will bring up a list of nearby firms selling the item in question.
Now let’s see “will this native update of Google Assistant in iPad goes in favor of it or not?” Don’t forget to comment your opinion.