To compete with Apple’s Siri, Google has launched Assistant for iOS at its I/O developer conference on Wednesday.
The AI-powered voice assistant was first introduced on the Pixel phone, and is currently used in over 100 million devices. Users can interact with Assistant through by voicing commands, typing queries, or taking a picture.
Currently, Google Assistant only supports English language, but upgrades for German, French, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese are expected to arrive soon.
Google Assistant is now available to download at App Store.