Predictably, Android users will be able to get their hands on a few more features than iOS users, including sending messages via Whatsapp, Google Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Viber, and other third-party messaging applications.
In 2019, Google has already introduced Assistant integration with Google Maps, flight check-ins, hotel bookings, and greater language translation capabilities. Google says they've developed this feature keeping in mind tourists and people who travel often to various countries and need to communicate with local stuff at hotels during check-in or understand local rules and schedules. Just ask Assistant to "take me home" and Google Maps will open from where you will be able to get Assistant to perform all of the above functionality.More news: Alisson turned down Chelsea for Champions League football
A live demonstration showed just how the system works; simply say the command to initiate - for example, "Hey Google, be my French interpreter" - and Google Assistant will jump into Interpreter Mode. The Assistant will show you the pricing, availability and the works, which you can book using Google Pay. You can say, "Hey Google, I'd like to book the Cambria Hotel in NY on January 12th", to see pricing and availability, and pay through Google Pay. Some of the participating hotels include Choice Hotels, InterContinental Hotels, Priceline, Expedia, and Travelclick.
"This is native integration with Google Assistant itself; it should be a lot more seamless, a lot faster", Lacey said.More news: Norwegian millionaire's wife likely to have been kidnapped, say police
Google also debuted a $79 Assistant-equipped "smart clock" that's meant for the bedroom and can set alarms based on your calendar, as well as control all your smart home devices.
Google Home speakers and Smart Displays will soon have access to a new Google Assistant ability called Interpreter Mode.More news: Bill Gates all set to invest in Pakistan’s IT sector
We spent a brief time with the new Interpreter mode and came out very impressed.