Google Duplex arrives on iPhones, most Android devices

Share

Deals site Woot is now offering refurbished Pixel 3 XL handsets with 128GB of storage in black for just $519.99. The company is expected to release the next beta version of Android Q during the conference, and announce more details about its new functions, possibilities and support. However, it has been confirmed that Google Duplex will be a feature on iOS and all Android devices running Lollipop or above in the U.S. Keep in mind that this is very early software, built for developers, and is not intended for daily use on average users smartphones. Just ask the Google Assistant to make a restaurant reservation at a certain time, and it will do it. It runs a pure version of Android 9.0 Pie.

To avoid uneasiness, restaurant owners will be informed that the call is from Google before the conversation begins.

Google Duplex, for those unfamiliar, is an AI-powered feature on Assistant that allows the Assistant to make reservations on your behalf. Hey, Google has an Assistant for you free of charge - pun intended. Now, Google is bringing it as a native feature, so expect more consistent performance. The update also includes a foldable screen emulator for developers. It was also one of the features showcased during its Demo a year ago.

Google Duplex is the service that caused quite a stir when it was announced during Google I/O previous year.

USA sets 2025 target for China to fulfil trade pledges
Trump is scheduled to meet in the Oval Office at 4:30 pm with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, who leads Beijing's negotiating team. He said he would give Mexico a year to prevent immigrants from entering the US before following through on the auto taxes.

Duplex was first unveiled nearly a year ago at Google's I/O 2018 event in California in May and finally went live in November of that year.

The highlight feature of Google Duplex is the fact that it has a robot which will call the business and talk to the employee.

If you end up trying Google Duplex on your iPhone, drop a comment and let us know as to how the overall experience was for you.

Share