Here’s a quick dainty hidden beneath today’s inundation of Google Assistant news( not to mention the bizarre waking nightmare that is the CES Small World ride ). The companionship announced today that the smart aide be accessed on more Android phone lock screens.
The feature was firstly announced back at Google’s hardware event in October, though, at the time, it was limited to the company’s brand-new Pixel 3 handset. For defence reasonableness, it’s accessible through opt-in, making you’ve got to ticking the box in settleds.
Certainly adding that kind of access to the lock screen can open your handset( and by propagation you) to malevolent defendants. Though once lay out, it will exclusively respond to your own spokesperson( unless, of course, someone with access to your handset can do a really good notion of you ).
Once facilitated, you can get restaurant recommendations, put off fears and planned reminders, amongst other peculiarities, all without having to open the handset. No word hitherto on where reference is will be arriving on specific mannequins.
Read more: feedproxy.google.com