Google Duplex, an automated calling service, will begin to roll out to iPhones and a lot more Android phones. The service uses a human-sounded robot voice to make calls on a user’s behalf, first launched on the latest Pixel phones in December.
The broader expansion will be available on all devices running Android 5.0 and higher, as well as any iPhones with the Google Assistant app installed. The service works in 43 U.S. States and is only available in English.
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