The "Interpreter" feature is launching today and will be seen as a small pilot at a few hotels in the United States, but for everyone else, the feature is launching in the coming weeks on Google Home devices and Smart Displays.
In an elaborate exhibit at CES, complete with a Disneyland-style ride, the firm showed off a slew of impressive new functions for Google Assistant, including Interpreter Mode to translate dozens of languages in real-time, and integration with its Maps app. Older speakers without microphones will also get an update to make them work with Google Assistant in conjunction with Google Home. Google expects applications for Interpreter Model to expand quickly for many situations, especially when people are traveling.
The company introduced Google Assistant Connect, which is a platform that manufacturers can easily build into their devices to make them Google voice assistant compatible.
Also, the Assistant will also intuitively notify you when the flight is ready for check-in.
In an effort to streamline the process, Google will be launching the Assistant Connect platform. Now Google have let the cat out of the bag and Assistant is finally making its way to the Sonos One and Sonos Beam. Google Assistant will be able to show traffic reports and schedule reminders without unlocking the phone.
For fans of the Sonos sound who are already invested in their system and prefer Google Assistant this news is welcomed and a long time coming.
Google Assistant might be pretty much a standard option for Android phones, but Google found another way to extend its reach. "There's a new Assistant feature with Philips Hue that helps you wake up".
Google Assistant will also be able to store and view your boarding pass, displaying information like your frequent flyer number, confirmation number, and flight number. Furthermore, you can book a room with partners like Choice Hotels, AccorHotels, InterContinental Hotels Group, Priceline, Expedia, Mirai, and Travelclick. The Assistant also tracks the traveler's itinerary through applications such as Google Keep, Any.do, Bring! and Todoist.