Magisk has been gaining popularity even though an existing rooting method is available which is SuperSU. This is because the Magisk installer is a rootless method which means that you do not have to tinker with the inner files of the system on your device and you can still achieve root access. This also means that there is very less possibility that something could go wrong and you would have to take your phone to the service centre or try to debug the phone yourself so that you can fix the problem.
Now, we have also known that the Magisk installer is also a zip installation file same as the SuperSU file and you will have to flash the zip file from your TWRP recovery on your device. Thankfully, this zip is available currently for most of the devices in the current smartphone lineup across all the companies. Strangely, the Magisk installer was not available till now for the Google Pixel devices which were released in October last year. However, that is about to change as the developers behind Magisk have announced that the Magisk installer along with the Magisk zip are now available for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL devices.
The Magisk installer and the zip file will be available on these devices in a beta form and we have also known that the Magisk zip file will have Beta version number 14.1. So now you can have the Magisk system-less rooting method on your Google Pixel devices which should be running Stock Android. Also, as we mentioned earlier, the installation of Magisk is very easy where you have to reboot to recovery, flash zip file and reboot and you will see that the Magisk app along with the root status will be available on your device through which you will be able to run applications which need root.