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Google Assistant – Siri’s New Companion on Your iPhone

Published on 19 May 17
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Yes, you read it right! Google has announced at its I/O developer conference that Google Assistant is coming to iOS. Currently, it is available in the App Store for download. Before you consider Google Assistant integrated iPhone app development, let’s take a closer look at what Google is up to with its virtual assistant.
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Siri vs. Google Assistant

  • Siri is right there with the press of the home button; pretty simple, isn’t! Whereas, for Assistant you have to download it, log in and find it every time you want to use it.
  • As of now, Siri supports more than 20 languages making it more compelling for international users. Assistant on the other hand, only works in English right now. But pretty soon Google Assistant is going to support Brazilian, French, German, Portuguese and Japanese. Spanish, Italian and Korean are expected to come next.
  • Right now Google Assistant is considered smarter voice assistant compared to the current version of Siri. Not only can you ask complex queries but also control your connected devices with it. Google has already started collaborating with third-party companies.

What can the app do for you?

You can ask Assistant to play your favourite video on YouTube and ask to find directions on Maps. You may have Assistant even inside apps like Gmail, Docs, Chrome and Maps; you never know! However, one thing is for sure, with this move Google would succeed in making Assistant more ubiquitous like Siri.


Assistant would work on iOS in a similar fashion as it does in Android, however, there is an awesome tweak – you can either talk to it or text it. This would be more convenient and meaningful in a workplace scenario while you want to check baseball scores during a meeting.


SDK for Google Assistant

Google has announced a software development kit (SDK) at I/O which means you would get to see the Assistant more often and almost everywhere. You have an app idea then reach out to an iPhone developer to give wings to your Assistant integrated app. You can also outsource iPhone app development to an iPhone app development company in India for a cost-effective solution.


What’s your say on this?

Do you think Google Assistant would supersede Siri? Which is your favourite virtual assistant among Alexa, Siri, Cortana and Google Assistant? We are really eager to know; please let us know by leaving your comments below.
Estimated Read Time: 03 minutes

Yes, you read it right! Google has announced at its I/O developer conference that Google Assistant is coming to iOS. Currently, it is available in the App Store for download. Before you consider Google Assistant integrated iPhone app development, let’s take a closer look at what Google is up to with its virtual assistant.

Google Assistant – Siri’s New Companion on Your iPhone - Image 1

Siri vs. Google Assistant

  • Siri is right there with the press of the home button; pretty simple, isn’t! Whereas, for Assistant you have to download it, log in and find it every time you want to use it.
  • As of now, Siri supports more than 20 languages making it more compelling for international users. Assistant on the other hand, only works in English right now. But pretty soon Google Assistant is going to support Brazilian, French, German, Portuguese and Japanese. Spanish, Italian and Korean are expected to come next.
  • Right now Google Assistant is considered smarter voice assistant compared to the current version of Siri. Not only can you ask complex queries but also control your connected devices with it. Google has already started collaborating with third-party companies.


What can the app do for you?

You can ask Assistant to play your favourite video on YouTube and ask to find directions on Maps. You may have Assistant even inside apps like Gmail, Docs, Chrome and Maps; you never know! However, one thing is for sure, with this move Google would succeed in making Assistant more ubiquitous like Siri.

Assistant would work on iOS in a similar fashion as it does in Android, however, there is an awesome tweak – you can either talk to it or text it. This would be more convenient and meaningful in a workplace scenario while you want to check baseball scores during a meeting.

SDK for Google Assistant

Google has announced a software development kit (SDK) at I/O which means you would get to see the Assistant more often and almost everywhere. You have an app idea then reach out to an iPhone developer to give wings to your Assistant integrated app. You can also outsource iPhone app development to an iPhone app development company in India for a cost-effective solution.

What’s your say on this?

Do you think Google Assistant would supersede Siri? Which is your favourite virtual assistant among Alexa, Siri, Cortana and Google Assistant? We are really eager to know; please let us know by leaving your comments below.

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