Last week, Google detailed how it would comply with European Commission antitrust funding of $ 5 billion and decide on…
Last week, Google detailed how it would comply with European Commission antitrust funding of $ 5 billion and decide on Android. Prior to new manufacturer licenses that will come into effect next week, Google seems to be preparing by sharing key features like Google Assistant in separate Play Store apps.
The European Commission invites Google to allow phone and surf platform manufacturers to license Google Mobile Application Suite – Google Drive, Play Music, etc. – without having to install Chrome or Search. Regulators believe that anything or anything is not unfair for third parties who want to offer competing services.
Google agrees by allowing manufacturers to pay and license an application suite without search engine and browser.
The exclusion of the Google app harms the company’s drop-down push assistant. Services like Assistant and Google Lens are mostly updated through the Google app.
In response, the company takes steps to appear to have assistant functionality without the Google app. Voice Action Services (spotted by Android Police ) was uploaded to the Play Store last week. The list description notes how it “provides core functionality to support voice based actions.”
Google Voice Action Services provides core functionality to support voice-based actions. With these components, you can speed up actions to interact with your device or installed applications.
NOTE: Google Voice Action Services works without the need for Google Search or Google Chrome app.
Google Assistant is not listed directly in the list, but the included screenshots show that it works, while the app description lists a set of similar features.
At the same time, the list shows how “Voice Action Services works without requiring Google Search or the Google Chrome app.” The two apps to launch next week can no longer be guaranteed to install Google on devices. ”
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