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It is official fellas. OnePlus as promised updated their Google Now feature into Google Assistant. Fans are excited by the new assistant loaded on theirĀ OnePlus smartphones.

OnePlus CEO Carl Pei recently uploaded a screenshot of Google Assistant on his twitter account quoting – “Google Assistant, finally! šŸ˜Š”. No wonder everyone or at least OnePlus fans are eagerly waiting for the update to roll out soon as Google already announced that Google Assistant will empower all Android Marshmallow and Nougat smartphones. We at Droidbeat are also thrilled to see the new update as it is the top notch piece of programming from Google till date.

Google Assistant is far better in functionality from its predecessor Google Now. Google Now was a great search UI where users can search for their favorite games or ask weather report on the go. Google Assistant on that extent took a giant leap and does much more than you can think of.

For instance, you can ask for a joke to crack or ask for a quote or search some random facts or even play games with the computer generated bot which is almost like interacting with a human self. Besides all these, Google Assistant can book a restaurant table or tag a reminder in your calendar app or send messages and call one of your friends from your contact book.

The sole concept of Google Assistant is to have a 24*7 assistant inside your pocket which you can interact, ask, interact and respond as you would in the real life. Google Assistant is the next level of UI with a combination of millions of possibilities users can do as they want.

Do all the nitty gritty with Google Assistant and let us know how do you feel about it.


Google recently announced on recent MWC event that they are launching Google AI “Google Assistant” to other Android devices other than Google Pixel. Here is everything you need to know about it.

Last year Google launched their new AI formula called “Google Assistant“. While this was exclusive only for Pixel and Pixel XL users but now Google has decided to expand its division beyond Pixel. Unfortunately, Google has not revealed which device will get Google Assistant but if you are lucky, you will get an update on your Google Play Service soon by the Google.

Google Assistant is far more advanced than its predecessor “Google Now” which used to be Google’s exclusive search assistant. With Google Assistant, users can do much more than just asking weather report or Who’s the President of USA? People can now set a reminder on your calendar app or book your restaurant reservation on the go.

According to Google, they will roll out their first release on USA region which will later get rolled out to UK, Canada and Australia. It is not yet confirmed when Indian users will get their first pick on Google Assistant for now.

Google Assistant will only work on the devices with Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) and above, this is a pretty harsh move from Google as many users are still running on Kitkat and Lollipop version. Still, Google Assistant is one the anticipated update for all the tech lovers.

Here’s the official video from Google