Google is expanding the availability of a duplex service, a voice assistant that helps you book restaurant reservations over the phone. According to the two-sided printing support page, as mentioned in the previous 9to5Google, customers can now use the feature on any Android device running 5.0 or later, as well as iPhones with Google Assistant installed.
Back in March, Google brought the service to all Pixel phones in 43 states and promised to deploy them to more devices in the following weeks.
The two-sided printing unit was introduced for the first time in almost a year at Google I / O. Google CEO Sondar Pichai gave an impressive presentation of how a human-like duplex voice can naturally interact with a real person at the other end of the page. Line. The duplex unit faced some immediate scrutiny of detection and ethics issues, and Google responded by enabling it to be identified as a Google Assistant.
With voice plugin expansion, Google should help bring audio user interfaces to more and more client and enterprise applications.