Google Assistant is quite proficient and works rather well, only problem is – it’s currently restricted to company’s devices only.
The tech giant realizes the potential of its AI and knows that being restricted to a few devices would stop it from becoming a phenomenon. This is why it is planning to launch Google Assistant for different platforms. This strategy will allow them to reach users that don’t use Google Pixel smartphones or Google Home.
Google hasn’t provided a concrete release date for the AI’s launch, but one of the company’s reps revealed that it will start sending software development kits to developers sometime early next year.
This hints at fall release for Google Assistant on other platforms, but it’s obviously not confirmed. No need to worry though because we will keep you updated as the tech giant reveals more.