Today, Google announced a new software update for Android that will fix a bug that can make apps and devices appear sluggish or sluggish to use.
Google said the new update for its Google Assistant and Google Search apps fixes a bug in its Google Voice app that can cause the voice-activated assistant to slow down and become unintelligible when the user is speaking.
Google also said it is launching a free software update that will add a “more consistent” voice-based search experience for voice-enabled assistants, including Google Now and Google Home.
Google Search is a popular voice-controlled voice search tool that can be used to get information from a number of places.
It’s not yet clear how many people have already downloaded the software update.
Google’s new software will also bring new features to Google Search, including improved privacy settings for voice searches.
Google has said it hopes the new features will help people find things more quickly when searching for things like weather or places to eat.
Google is also introducing a new way to automatically download updates for new versions of Google Search that it said will improve the overall experience.