Google Assistant Won’t Embrace Tablets Despite Wider Rollout


Google Assistant Won’t Embrace Tablets Despite Wider Rollout
  1. Google Assistant Won’t Embrace Tablets Despite Wider Rollout
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    Google Assistant has started its journey on non-Pixel devices. We are sure many of the Android users are checking for its arrival by doing a tap-and-hold with their home buttons. Google has revealed that its personal assistant will arrive on devices running Nougat as well as Marshmallow. However, that doesn’t entirely reveal the picture. According to the latest report, a segment of the so-called eligible OS-running devices will still be missing out the Google Assistant entry. U…
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Google Assistant has started its journey on non-Pixel devices. We are sure many of the Android users are checking for its arrival by doing a tap-and-hold with their home buttons. Google has revealed that its personal assistant will arrive on devices running Nougat as well as Marshmallow. However, that doesn’t entirely reveal the picture.

According to the latest report, a segment of the so-called eligible OS-running devices will still be missing out the Google Assistant entry. Unfortunately, it’s not a small segment as the mentioned class is the tablets.

Earlier revelation has raised concern over whether Google Assistant will arrive on Android-powered tablets. Putting an end to all those queries, Google has now come up with the official announcement that its Assistant won’t be showing up in tablets anytime soon. At least, tablet owners can now stop hitting and holding their home buttons now.

But that said, it’s not that Google is completely omitting the tablet segment. It could arrive for the bigger devices at some point later. But you should definit…

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