Google is rolling out a new version of its mobile and desktop apps on Android phones.
The new version is called Android Now and is meant to bring Google Assistant support to its mobile apps, and Google says it’ll be available in the coming weeks.
In a Google blog post, Google Assistant developer Paul Hoelzinger said Android Now will work with a “small number of popular devices, including Samsung Galaxy S8 phones, HTC One M8 phones and LG G6 phones.”
Google’s assistant, which is a Google Assistant-style voice assistant that uses Google Assistant to do things like suggest music, directions and movie recommendations, has been the subject of many rumors in the past year.
It has been a long time coming for Google to support its own assistant.
Earlier this year, Google announced that its voice assistant would be the first of its kind, but not the first to include Google Assistant.