It’s no secret that Apple Maps simply cannot match up to Google Maps in terms of coverage, details, and information. Nonetheless, it was believed that Apple was working aggressively on improving its mapping service and catch up to Google Maps. A comparison, however, shows just how far ahead Google Maps is and how rapidly Google makes changes to it to keep the information up to date.
Google Assistant is now available on the iPhone (well, at least in the US). Assistant is the manifestation of the future of Google, AI, and voice assistants. As we already know, Google is better at voice assistants and online services than Apple. But Google Assistant can’t really be compared to Siri as ultimately it’s an app and it can’t perform system functions that Siri can.
Google released Google Assistant for iPhone last week. It is a major u-turn for the search giant, after announcing at last year’s Google I/O conference that it will be available exclusively on Google Pixel.
Following the announcement of bringing Google Assistant to iOS, Google has now made the Assistant app live on the US App Store. The app is only available for iPhone owners in the US for now.
Google I/O 2017 Roundup: Assistant on iOS, Google Photos, Google Home, Android O, Daydream VR, and More
Today was the start of Google‘s yearly developers conference, Google I/O, and, of course, they started with their keynote speech.
Google today announced a trio of new features for Google Photos: Suggested Sharing, Shared Libraries and Photo Books. Google Photos has become an indispensable tool for many to manage their vast photo library and thousands of photos that they take while on their vacation.
As rumored, Google today announced that it is bringing Google Assistant to iOS. The company is doing this by releasing a standalone Assitant app for iOS.
Google today announced that it is bringing its Smart Reply feature to its 1+ billion Gmail users out there. Smart Reply feature has been available for Inbox by Google users for over a year now.
Google Lens is a new way to use the camera on your phone to recognize objects, remember Wi-Fi passwords, and more.
Following Apple’s footsteps, Google Maps has added a nifty new feature that allows you to mark the location of your parking spot so that you don’t forget it. It works a little differently than Apple Maps and takes a more manual approach.