It’s a big day for Google’s Android 5 feature, Google’s Assistant, as it is now integrated into the Google Assistant App for Android.
The Assistant can be triggered by voice commands or commands via the Google Now Launcher or the Google Voice app.
The Google Assistant is also available to control your home screen through Google Now on Android.
Now that the Google Home app is out of beta and ready for release, there’s a lot of work to do before we can fully use the Google assistant.
However, we can get an idea of what we can expect when the Assistant arrives in the next couple of months.
The first feature that’s likely to make its way to Android 5 is Google Now.
Google Now is Google’s new way of telling you what’s happening in the world around you.
It’s pretty simple: it tells you what apps are currently active, what is happening on your home screens, what’s going on in the cloud, and what’s on your calendar.
It can also show you your latest Google Calendar appointments.
Google Now can also play audio directly from the Google Cloud.
In Android 5, Google Now is a great way to learn about the world, and it works especially well when you’re using a tablet or smartphone.
You’ll have more control over how Google Now works when you have more advanced Google Home integration, as well as access to more personalised information from Google.
You can also now control your Google Assistant through Google Assistant on your Android phone.
This will allow you to do things like ask the Google Pixel to play music from your Google Play Music library, or ask your Google Home to turn on the Google lights.
There are a lot more Google Assistant features in Android 6, including a new feature called Google Voice for Android, which lets you control your Android devices voice assistant from within the Google Play Store.
But for now, Google Voice will remain a limited beta feature.