Google Assistant is already available on a wide variety of devices and LG’s smart TVs are on the list as well. LG confirmed at CES earlier this year that it’s bringing the virtual assistant to its latest lineup of TVs. However, it was initially limited to customers in the United States. The company has now confirmed that it’s bringing Google Assistant for LG TV to more markets across the globe.


LG added Google Assistant to its AI ThinQ TV series in the United States this year. This enabled users to interact with Assistant just by speaking into the remote which have an integrated microphone.

The company was eventually going to bring this functionality to compatible models in other markets across the globe and it will soon do just that. LG says that users in Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, South Korea, and the United Kingdom will receive Google Assistant for LG TV soon. It’s going to be a few weeks before the Assistant goes live on TV in those markets.

In addition to launching Google Assistant support in seven more markets, the feature will be offered with support for up to five languages. LG will be demonstrating the Assistant integration with its TVs at the upcoming IFA 2018 convention next week in Berlin.

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