[Download] Google Assistant Go has been launched on Play Store for Android Go devices: Google recently launched the latest version of Android that is optimized for the devices that are not-so-powerful in terms of performance and are essentially known as the super budget devices. The devices those have RAM and CPU combination of 1GB or less RAM and less than 8GB of internal storage have now received a new version of Android known as Android Go. Essentially, Android Go is a trimmed down version of the regular version of Android that runs smoothly on the aforementioned devices.
Now, the launch of Android Go was announced at the Google I/O that was held last year. Also, Google announced the release of all of its applications Go versions which will be optimized for the Android Go devices. Now, the latest application to be launched in this category is the Google Assistant which has been named as the Google Assistant Go. Now, we have known by the name that this is an optimized version of Google Assistant for the Android Go devices.
It is worth noting that the Google Assistant Go currently does not support features of the Assistant such as reminders, controls for smart home devices, Actions on Google, and Device Actions for Android Go devices.Other than that, one more thing to be noted is that it will not be possible to use the Google Assistant Go hands-free on an Android Go device as the Play Store description of the app states that the Google Assistant can only be triggered by long-pressing home button or tapping on Google Assistant Go icon.
Also, keep in mind that this application will only be installable on Android Go running devices so you cannot install any Android Go optimized apps on the regular version of Android. However, if you have any Android Go device then download the Google Assistant Go application from the Google Play Store from the below link[appbox googleplay com.google.android.apps.assistant]
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