Users are encouraged to check back throughout the day for updates.
The new feature, accessible through the new icon in the top right corner of Assistant, also integrates with third-party apps like Spotify, to present a range of different actions you can take. The latest access to this newly expanded Visual Snapshot should be ready to roll.
If you launch Google Assistant on your phone today, you'll see an icon like the one above. As you scroll down, you'll see your agenda, reminders, upcoming bills, packages in transit, and much more. Google Assistant can help.
Back in the day, Google Now was all the rage as it was a one-stop solution for custom tailored, account-specific stuff and useful for keeping track of various deadlines or ongoing details.
Once updated, open Google Assistant and behold!
Multiple Actions enables Google Assistant to answer several commands at once.
Google's $130 (£105) Home speaker is triggered by the phrase "Hey Google" while Amazon's Echo uses "Alexa".
The feature will expand over time, Google said.
Google's Assistant software is also able to answer follow-up questions on the same topic, in a near-conversation style, but Echo as yet can not. That went on for a while - inside the most powerful part of Android, Google Now, all the personal information went, for all Android users. The search giant will also integrate parking locations to Assistant, so you can remember where you parked your vehicle, and will also add personalized recommendations for music and podcasts. While it's not quite as obvious that it's there, if you've been missing Google Now, this should be a welcome return.
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