They’ve positioned themselves as “the leader in conversations,” and they recently launched Spark, a feature which lets you start a chat based on a specific element of someone’s profile.
They’ve seen an almost 25 percent rise in replies to messages for Android users and nearly 40 percent on i OS.
This Google Home initiative is intended to build on that.
The company’s CEO, Hesam Hosseini, explained in a statement, “We’ve found that a good conversation is the number one indicator of a great date, so both Spark and the Google Assistant integration were created to help people easily connect and get the conversation started.” Managing your dating life while also making dinner or cleaning your house sounds like a win for the busy single person. For one thing, you’re letting an already invasive device even deeper into a very private aspect of your life.
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