There is also the possibility that Android Go will get more users to upgrade their devices, since the concern for many people is lag and problems if they run the newest operating system on a lower-quality or older Android device. The Google Lens, a computational vision engine the company unveiled on Wednesday, can analyze and describe photos better than human beings, in some cases.
"Google extended its user interfaces to better take advantage of input using voice, photos and videos".
In the real world, that means you could, for instance, point your phone camera at a restaurant and get reviews for it.
Finally can talk about #googlelens.
If you have a Chromecast either plugged in or built into your TV, you can get Visual Responses on it as well. This feature is available already for paid YouTube Red subscribers, but it will be a free feature for the YouTube Go app and Android Go phones. Whether at home or on the go, your Assistant is here to help. Users will be able to integrate with Gmail and control home appliances, Google said. What is expected to be showcased are new tweaks in Android software for mobile phones and other devices.
Last year Google announced auto replies in it's Allo messaging app. That means your Home can nag you with notifications about what's on your schedule or traffic alerts. Starting today, Assistant integrations - called Actions - are coming to the iPhone and Android. Its wider range stems, in part, from its head start on Google's Home device, which just came out in November.
Android and Google Play product management Vice President Sameer Samat announced a stripped-down version of Android called Android Go, which is designed for entry-level phones used by people on pre-paid plans that limit the amount of data they can use each month.
Dave Burke, Google's vice president of engineering for Android, also took the stage at I/O to give an update on Android O. The upcoming Android OS version is based on two core features: Fluid Experiences and Vitals. And since we now support multiple people on one Google Home, your Assistant can make sure that you call your mom-not your partner or roommate's mom!
If you would like to try out this feature on your iOS device, you should be checking Apple's App Store today because at some point today it will be released.
Details are still sketchy at the moment-and it's still not clear if the service will be available as a standalone app or will be integrated into the main Search app. Many of Google's products are also vying against similar offerings from other tech conglomerates like Amazon and Microsoft.
With that thought in mind, it's interesting to look at recent data that Technalysis Research collected as part of a almost 1,000-person survey of US consumers on usage of digital assistants on smartphones, PCs and the hottest new entrant, smart speakers such as Amazon's Alexa and Google Home.