The Google Assistant Go app has been launched in the Play Store for low-RAM phones


While the Android Go smartphone is still a long way off the market, Google has knocked out a lighter version of the virtual assistant, ‘Google Assistant Go’. The company has created this version especially for phones with low RAM. Users can now go to the Google Play Store and download the Google Assistant Go app. This application currently supports international languages ​​such as English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Thai. Looking at the recent changes in the Google Assistant app, it can be said that the Assistant Go app will also start supporting Hindi soon. This app is to go to Google Files, Go to G-Board, Google Go, Go to Maps and Go Go to YouTube It came just a month after launching the application Like

More features of Assistant Go are similar to Google’s own support app. With this app, users will be able to quickly make calls, send messages, play music, search for places and answer questions like upcoming event and weather information in seconds. To use Google Assistant, you need to press and hold the Home button after touching it. You will also be able to use it by going to the Google search bar and tapping the microphone button.

Google has published Support The page states that the new Assistant Go app differs from the company’s previous Assistant app in many ways. The report states that Google Assistant Go takes up less space on your phone and costs less data. Partners said that features like Assistant Go Reminder, Google Action and Device Access will not be available to users. Also, this new app is not equipped with hands-free activation of ‘OK Google’ and ‘Hey Google’.

Google Play Key List It is clear that the new Assistant Go app can only be used on smartphones running Android 8.0 Orio and above. However, let me tell you that the Google Assistant Go app could not be installed on our Android Orio devices available here as of this writing. Looks like the company initially offered it only on Android Orio (Go version) devices that haven’t been launched in the market yet.

Recently, MediaTek has partnered with Geo to launch a cheap smartphone based on Android Orio (Go version). Information Is given. Other than this HMD Global And Micromax Companies like this are also in the news for bringing their Go version devices. Well, whenever these smartphones come on the market, the user will get a kind of Android experience despite being cheap.

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