Google has just announced the release of its Assistant for iPad, which is now available for download in the App Store. With support for English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil) and Spanish, the Assistant on iPad can do everything it can on your iPhone, with the added benefit of a bigger screen that supports both portrait and landscape mode.
Some of the ways Google Assistant for iPad can help while you’re hanging around the house include:
- Set the mood by having the Assistant “dim the lights”
- Cast to your TV by asking the Assistant to “watch the latest news on the living room TV”
- Stay in touch by asking the Assistant to “video call mom” or “text Lauren”
- Keep up with your chores by asking the Assistant to “remind me to take out the recycling at 8 PM”
In addition, iPad users can also multitask with iOS 11, allowing them to chat with the Assistant while they play a game, plan a trip or check their calendars.
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