How to install the latest Google-owned apps for the iPhone, Android, Mac, and PC

By now you probably know how much you love the Google Assistant.

And now, Google is rolling out its own voice-activated assistant in the iOS and Android versions of the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.

You can install the new Google Voice App for free.

In addition to Voice, you’ll get a few other Google apps.

You’ll get Gmail, Google Drive, Google Photos, Google Maps, Google Talk, Google Calendar, Google Play Music, Google Hangouts, Google Assistant, and Google Voice Messaging.

There are also a couple of free options, including Google Music and Google Play Movies and TV.

We’ve already covered Google Voice for iOS, but Google is now rolling out the voice-only version for Android, so you’ll want to check out our full guide on that.

If you’re already on an iPhone or Android device, you can use the Google Voice app to send voice messages, browse the web, and even take a screenshot.

It’s a very nice way to control your phone.

It works on both the iPhone and Android platforms, and there are no plans for the voice app for Windows phones or tablets.