For a long time, the Google team has been working on a system to allow Google Assistant to improve the management of reminders on Android and last year we had the opportunity to get an idea of the solution devised by the Mountain View giant: we are talking by Memory. This is a feature that Google planned to promote as a quick and easy way to store and find everything in one place.
Google Assistant Memory features include the ability to save any screen content (including links to the original source when available), the ability to save real-world things (such as objects, posters, or handwritten notes ), the ability to save thoughts and reminders and, a real strength, the ability to find all this information in one place (thanks to the smart search and organization system).
The Memory function could be activated through a voice command from Google Assistant, in order to quickly save the surrounding context (such as screens, links and position).
A twist for Google Assistant’s Memory
In version 13.25 of the Google App, currently in the beta channel, most of the strings related to Memory seem to have been deleted and, usually, when something similar happens it means that the Mountain View giant has decided to abandon the development of the functionality in question.
At the moment it is not possible to exclude other hypotheses, such as that Google is trying to obscure the development in order not to provide too many details or that it has decided to “extract” the functionality from the Google App to guarantee it a more dedicated experience.
At present it is not clear, therefore, what are the projects of the Mountain View giant with regard to the management of reminders and the hope is that in the coming weeks we will know more.
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