Google is trying to enhance the consistency of button behavior, that is, to launch Google Assistant once, to open Google Assistant's daily information feeds twice, and to launch the "walkie-talkie" mode by long press. Unfortunately, Google does not allow that button to be remapped, while Samsung's Bixby button can be remapped.
Google is expanding its assistant business in Kaios, a functional mobile platform that has been attracting attention in the developing world. Google invested $22 million in the operating system last year, and today it is getting deeper into it. Now, as long as users see a cursor on the screen, they can use Google Assistants for voice input, rather than T9 input method to input information. Google says many Kaios users prefer to leave the English interface for voice input and use of Google assistants.
Google is increasing support for seven new Indian local languages: Maladian, Bangladeshi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarat, Kanada, Malayalam and Urdu. It has also expanded support for bilingual users. Previously, it allows you to seamlessly switch between English, Spanish, German, French, Japanese and Italian. Now it is adding Korean, Hindi, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Dutch to the list.