Google Inc, the world’s largest search engine, has announced a “Whatsapp for all” solution that it is working on, including a voice-activated camera that can read text.
In a blog post, Google said the Whatsapp module for the Google Assistant “is intended for both business and home use.”
It says the module will work with all platforms that support the Google assistant, including Android phones and tablets, smart TVs, smart speakers and speakers, cameras and cameras, smart home hubs, home automation systems, smart thermostats, smart security systems and smart appliances.
“WhatsAP for all is designed for use by businesses to better understand their customers and to connect with them.
We believe that a voice recognition solution that is easy to use and intuitive will be a valuable asset to our customers,” the company said.
The Google Assistant is expected to be available in the next few months, the company added.
Whatsap for all can be accessed from Google’s Google Search, the Google+ and Google Now services.
Google said it will also soon launch a “Voice Search” app for smartphones and tablets.
Google announced the “Whisper” voice-recognition system at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January, and it is expected for launch later this year.