Saturday , February 24 2018

Google Assistant apps now have a web directory to view on your desktop

Google Home has been a massive success for Google, selling more than one Google Home device every second since the Mini launched in October. Finding apps has been a difficult experience up until now, with Google today launching a web directory for all those apps.

Until now, the only way to search for Google Assistant apps has been from your phone, tapping on the Blue icon in Assistant, or going to ‘Explore’ in the Google Home app. Now, you can search in the brand new web directory. The announcement will allow an easy way for developers to share a link to their brand new Assistant app.

The directory covers 18 categories of Assistant apps, ranging from Arts & Lifestyle through to Weather – or you can use the search bar at the top of the page. The directory has everything in there from Games, to productivity apps and more.

To access the new directory head over to

Source: Google.
Via: Android Police.

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