The new Android OS version 5.0 Lollipop includes a feature that will make it easier to take your browsing experience to the next level.
It’s called Google Assistant, and it’s now available in the Google Assistant app.
It can now launch web searches directly from the home screen, and you can add a custom phrase to each search that can be used to add context to the result.
It also allows you to create a personalized home page to make searching and reading easier, and there’s a new way to search for a word in your address book.
The Google Assistant can be set to launch searches and browse using a search field.
The app also now shows the full URL to a page.
Here’s how it works:1.
Tap the Search button in the top-right corner of the Google Home screen.2.
Select Google Assistant to launch it.
The Google Assistant opens in the address bar at the top of the screen.3.
Tap on the “Add a phrase” button.4.
Enter the phrase you want to search in the phrase box and then tap OK.5.
Tap “Next” to launch the search.6.
If you want the Google Account to take the search results to Google, you need to sign in to the Google account.
You can do that in the app.7.
Tap to close the search window.8.
Once the search is complete, the Assistant will appear in the home page of the app, with the phrase in the search box at the bottom of the page.9.
Once you’re done, you can check the Google assistant’s status to see if it’s available.
You should see the results on the Google home page, and a pop-up menu will appear at the very top of that page with the full phrase.
You can also check the Assistant’s status by tapping on the search bar in the bottom right corner of your Google Home.
Once it’s active, the Google app will open.