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Android TV owners looking for an Android TV assistant are in luck.

Google announced today that Android TV is now compatible with the Google Home app, and users can now access the Google assistant with the same interface that Google’s own voice assistant provides.

Google says that if you’re a Google Home user, you’ll be able to access the Assistant from the Google home screen.

If you’re not, you can still use the Google search box to search for “Assistant,” but the Google TV interface won’t be available.

Google Home owners will be able add their Google Assistant to their Google account as well, so they can access the voice assistant in that context.

Google also notes that users can also add other Google services to their Android TV box like Google Photos and Google Assistant.

Android TV users who want to use the Assistant on the Google app can also search for the Google voice assistant with Google’s search box, and the app will show up in their “Search” section.

The Google Home integration is just the latest addition to Android TV’s capabilities, with Google also making it possible to use Google Assistant as a third-party service, with an integration available to those who are already subscribed to Google Home.

The app can be installed via Google’s website or via an app store, and it also supports multiple languages.

You can also use Google Home to access third-parties’ services like Spotify, Pandora, and YouTube.

Android devices can be updated with the Android Open Source Project, a codebase that can be used to build a variety of third-world devices.

For example, you could use the Android OS to build the Nexus 5X tablet with a Raspberry Pi-powered ARM processor.

Google is also supporting a Google-branded headset called Google Cast that can control other devices with a Google Cast app.