Last year, Google launched the Assistant in Hindi in Allo, brought the English Assistant to more phones, and made a special version available for Reliance Jio feature phones. Starting today, the Assistant in Hindi is rolling out to Android phones 6.0+ (Marshmallow and above) and will soon come to Android 5.0 Lollipop and iPhone devices.
The Google Assistant lets you have a conversation with Google to help you get things done in your world -- from telling you about your day, to finding the fastest route to work, or just setting an alarm for the next day -- all in Hindi.
To try it out, just touch and hold the Home button or say “Ok Google” on compatible smartphones and your personal Google Assistant will be ready to help you.
Even when your hands are full, you can quickly send text messages, set reminders, or get directions with the Google Assistant.
Powered by machine learning as well as natural language understanding, computer vision, and understanding user context, the Assistant is capable of understanding intent behind words to handle follow-up questions and complex, multi-step tasks. What’s more interesting is with your permission, it'll get better over time by learning your preferences, your likes and your dislikes.
The Google Assistant in Hindi will help you finding biryani recipes, live cricket scores, or finding directions to the nearest ATM.
Here are some examples of questions you can ask your Google Assistant:
“Sabse kareeb Punjabi restaurant kahaan hain?“
“Dadar tak pahunchne mein kitna samay lagega?“
“Cricket ka score kya hain?“
You can even instruct it…
“Kal subah mujhe saat baje jagaao“
“Daddy ko SMS bhejo "5 minutes mein pahunchenge"