After inexplicably leaving Android tablets out of the Google Assistant party, Google is finally ready to let them in.
The latest beta (7.16) for the Google app lists a tablet icon under Availability, which should indicate that Assistant is coming to Android slates soon.
The beta app itself doesn't yet offer the Google Assistant, though, instead reverting to Google Now on Tap.
Google app 7.16, Image Credit 9to5Google
Google Assistant is available on all Android 7.0 and above smartphones, Android TVs, Chrome OS on the Pixelbook, various car infotainment systems and even on iOS through the Google app. So it made no sense whatsoever to deprive Android tablets of the Assistant.
It's on my mediapad m3 by default.. Huawei and Google did that
What's the point? Especially when there are so many other, better assistants out there, like Cortana, Siri, and Alexa.
Do people still use tablets? They're so last year.. Except for those girls that bother you to buy an extra pack of cigarettes in the shops for a free lighter and maybe a few kids, I haven't seen anyone using a tablet. They're a dying niche. They...