Move over, Siri: your iPhone might soon welcome another AI assistant into the iOS fold.
Google could throw the smartphone world for a loop at this week's I/O developers conference and unveil new Google Assistant functionality for the iPhone, according to Bloomberg. The report, which cites "a person familiar with the matter," claims the Assistant-to-iOS news could be announced as early as the first day of the event.
Assistant will come to the iPhone in the form of a free iOS app, the source said, and will depend on voice commands to work with other Google apps installed on users' phones. You'll presumably be able to ask Assistant to queue up videos on YouTube or even read off emails from Inbox, to name a few potential uses. Read more...