Google has confirmed it will continue to support the Google Now voice-activated assistant for Android, iOS and Apple’s other mobile operating systems.
According to the company’s latest update to its Android software, Google Now will be coming to the Google Play store on Android 5.0 Lollipop, which is the next major version of the Google OS.
Google’s latest updates for Android 5, the last major update to the Android platform, include support for Google Now on iOS and Android’s new voice-based voice control feature.
Google has been working on the integration of Google Now into the Google Home speaker since last year, and now the company is ready to share the information on the support.
Google has also added a new feature to its search results, allowing users to search for Google-related terms.
Google Now is currently only available for Android devices running Android 5 and later.
The news comes just months after Google announced plans to extend the availability of Google Voice to Windows 10 users in the coming months.