Google Assistant has landed on the iPhone. The virtual assistant, which debuted as an exclusive feature on Google’s latest flagship phone – Google Pixel, is now available as a standalone iOS app. Google announced the blockbuster update during its ... ( read original story ...)
The rumors came true: iPhone users will soon be able to tap into the increasingly powerful Google Assistant. Google announced during its I/O developer conference that its voice-enabled Assistant is coming iOS. The Google Assistant app is able to surface ... ( read original story ...)
Move over, Siri: your iPhone might soon welcome another AI assistant into the iOS fold. Google could throw the smartphone world for a loop at this week's I/O developers conference and unveil new Google Assistant functionality for the iPhone, according to ... ( read original story ...)
In addition to letting you set alarms so you'll wake up on time, the latest version of iOS helps you keep to a given bedtime. Open up the Clock app on your iPhone and then tap on the Bedtime link at the bottom to get started. First, your phone will ask you ... ( read ...
It's official, you can now use Google Assistant on the iPhone. And it looks and works pretty much just as it does on Android. At Google I/O, the company's annual developer conference, it was announced that there is now an iOS version of Google Assistant ... ( read original story ...)
One of my favorite apps in the original iPhone was the Maps app powered by Google Maps ... calendar, browser etc. in iOS 11. With every new impending iOS announcement, I am pretty sure most power users hope for this functionality. ( read original story ...)
iOS is almost 10 years old. That’s a decade of updates and new features. Though, when you simply look at the Home screen of an iPhone running iOS 10, you might question yourself if anything has really changed much over the years. It has, just not in the ... ( read original story ...)
The iOS VoiceOver function enables an iPhone or iPad to speak the various items onscreen out loud when they’re tapped, enabling someone like Carlos, who’s partially-sighted, to know what he’s pressing without actually having to see it. “Carlos is ... ( read original story ...)