Reuters – 2 SEPTEMBER 2018 A new mobile operating system called Google Voice could be coming to Android devices soon.
Google has confirmed that a mobile version of Google Voice will be released in the second half of 2018.
Google Voice is a voice-controlled personal assistant for Android devices that will be available as an update to the Android operating system.
It will be the first mobile app that lets users interact with Google, according to Google.
The Google Voice app will let users search for and download local, national, and global news, news and sports information, and local weather information.
The app will also let users send text messages, access Google Play Music and access other Google services.
Users can add and delete Google Voice accounts using their phone’s settings.
Google also confirmed that users will be able to set up Google Voice as a second-party service and use Google Voice services on their own phones.
Google is also planning to release a new service called Google Play Video that will allow users to access their own video content from Google’s video service.
Google will also launch a new Google Play Store app, called Google Cloud Video, that will offer users a collection of videos and music for viewing on their devices.
Google Play Services is the platform that allows Android users to upload, download and manage their files, such as photos, videos, and apps.
It is currently available only on devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Google Cloud Videos is currently planned for release in early 2018.