The news comes after Google Assistant rolled out to iPhones a year ago. With it being time for iPads to receive this update, it seems a little too late Google pushed this out but nevertheless some iPad owners are probably happy to see a different assistant than Siri.
With the Assistant on your iPad, Google says you can do things like control your lights, cast things to your TV, place video calls, text your friends, and set reminders.
Google is bringing its Assistant to the iPad today.
iPad support should be rolling out today, with language compatibility for English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, and Spanish.
Available for free from the iOS App Store, Google Assistant version 1.2.4507 promises the "full Assistant experience on your iPad" and has an interface formatted for all iPad screens - from the 7.9-inch iPad mini series to the largest 12.9-inch iPad Pro. It doesn't matter if you're using the iPad in landscape or portrait mode, Google Assistant will still show up. For instance, you can pull Google Assistant up as you work on something in another app or play a game.
So, if you're an Apple user who happens to enjoy Google's services, you now have more options when it comes to using Google Assistant on iOS. Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.