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Android 8.0 Oreo allows Google Assistant launch within the app

We reported about Google making Android 8.0 Oreo official and you can read the official changelog by clicking here. Nokia Android Phones are scheduled to get Android 8.0 Oreo update by the year-end as per the information revealed by Google.

Now, folks at XDA were able to find a new Android Oreo capability that will use tighter integration between 3rd party Apps and Google assistant. When updated to Android Oreo, applications are now able to launch Google Assistant directly from within the application.

The Google assistant will be not the only assistant which can be launched within Oreo applications and one can set other 3rd party assistants in place of Google assistant as the default. The apps that support this feature are built or updated to Android 8.0 Oreo using the latest APIs.

Nokia Android Phones come with the purest form of Android thus allowing use of features like Google assistant easily and effectively.

Via: XDA

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  • DBS

    This is neat but let’s be honest…how many of us ACTUALLY USE Google Assistant or any other digital assistant?

    Honestly, the most interesting part of Android O to me is the fact that Google actually finished Sony’s OMS theme engine and while they don’t provide a theme engine, Substratum will be able to run WITHOUT root (thus solving one of my main complaints about stock Android). This means no more sh*tty white backgrounds everywhere and even themeing of apps like Instagram.

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