The arrival on iPad offers a similar experience as on iPhone, the only real difference being the larger screen and support for iPad-only features, like multitasking with a split screen.
Google Assistant has been out for some time now on Android and was welcomed to the iPhone past year. That's why it's critical for apps like Google Assistant or Amazon's Alexa app to support all platforms, and not just their own hardware - like Android devices or Fire tablets.
Google Assistant is a free download from the App Store.
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For general questions, Google's app calls on Knowledge Graph rather than the combination of Wolfram Alpha and Wikipedia used by Siri. However, that doesn't mean there aren't improvements to be found in the iPad version, as the iPad's bigger screen means that you'll be able to use the app in both landscape and portrait mode.
What do you guys think about Google Assistant coming to the iPad?
As you can see in the header image above, with iOS 11, iPad owners can multitask pretty well with an Assistant panel open alongside other apps. Google Assistant for iPad is launching today, and it's available in a handful of different languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), and Spanish.