Thank you to the magic of AndroidN-ify, Xposed and one Max Rumpf, it’s now imaginable to use Google Assistant with Android Marshmallow devices.
Google Assistant used to be unveiled along Google Allo in advance within the yr and it takes the Google Now generation to the following degree, with a ‘conversational’ interface making an allowance for more than one practice-up questions and a deeper degree of interactivity. It’s to be had now at the Google Pixel however, disappointingly, Google just lately showed that it might be unique to Pixel devices, no less than in the meanwhile.
That used to be till Mr Rumpf began messing with the Google app code. After making a few adjustments and enforcing it into the AndroidN-ify Xposed module, Google Assistant is now absolutely useful on Android Marshmallow devices, albeit with a couple of insects.
Xposed is a device for root customers which permits them to customise the gadget and UI. The framework lets in other modules to be put in to amendment the Android revel in, modules like AndroidN-ify, that is being evolved to convey Android Nougat options to Lollipop and Marshmallow.
Xposed is strong however consumer-pleasant. On the other hand, it does require a customized restoration and a rooted telephone, which continues to be a barrier for lots of customers. If you do need to provide this a check out, head to the AndroidN-ify GitHub web page.