Google Assistant Gets Redesigned on iOS and Android
October 04, 2018 / Matt Southern
Google’s Assistant app has been redesigned on iOS and Android to be equally accommodating for both voice and touch input. Originally designed primarily for voice input when introduced two years ago, Google says nearly half of all interactions with Assistant include both voice and touch. Here are the key changes in the Google Assistant redesign: Bigger visuals, New controls, and sliders for managing smart home devices, An interactive messaging interface which allows users to use their fingers to add punctuation as they dictate a message. On Android phones, it’s now easier for users to access an overview of their day.