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Google has updated its Android and iOS apps for the holiday season to allow users to “optimize for more relevant results” in their search results.
The update includes Google Now integration for voice search, which is the first time Google has included such a feature in a product for its Google Assistant.
The feature is currently only available on Android devices, but Google is currently rolling out it to the company’s iOS and Mac apps.
This includes Google Assistant on Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
It’s also now available on Google’s Android apps for both iPhone and iPad, and is now available to download for all Android phones and tablets.
Google says it will roll out this feature to its Chrome web browser and Chrome OS in the coming weeks.
While Google’s update is available now, the feature has been in beta testing for a few weeks now.
It includes the following improvements:As we mentioned, this feature is only available to users of the Google Assistant for Android.
We’ve contacted Google for comment about the compatibility of the feature with other products like Apple’s Siri, Google’s Echo or Microsoft’s Cortana.
We’ll update this story if we hear back.
If you’re looking for more details on the update, head over to the Google Help Center and check out the full release notes.
Google has updated its Android and iOS apps for the holiday season to allow users to “optimize for more relevant…