Apple iPad users can now download and utilize the Google Assistant app

Google Assistant for iPad
The release of the Google Assistant iOS app update allows Google's digital assistant to serve Apple iPad users. The digital assistant comes with a user interface similar to Google Assistant that can be downloaded on iPhone.

However, the user interface is more customizable to cover a screen measuring 7.9 inches to 12.9 inches, supported by a number of iPad models. Apple only allows third-party work assistants, such as Google Assistant, Cortana and Alexa, to work when the app is accessed.

Because, iPad has been equipped with Apple's digital assistant, namely Siri, as the default assistant on the device. With Google Assistant, users can receive weather-related information, news, sports values, and stock quotes, and organize reminders, add appointments to calendars, and find answers to various questions.

The findings of a number of surveys that say that Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa superior if compared with Siri assessed to be the reason Apple to allow the presence of third-party assistant works on the tablet computing device.

Thus, users of iOS operating system tablets are now able to download the Google Assistant app for free from the App Store.

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