Last year, Google introduced Smart Reply in Gmail to help you quickly reply to incoming emails, but now, it's rolling out Smart Compose, a new AI-powered feature that helps you "draft emails from scratch". It will also be made available for G Suite customers in the workplace in the coming months. For instance, if the subject says "Taco Tuesday", Smart Compose will offer word suggestions such as guacamole and chips in the body. "Write" is a bit of a misnomer here, because in effect it will suggest complete sentences, and you can compose an entire email just by continuously hitting the Tab key. In Gboard, morse code has been added to help differently abled users type on the keyboard; the feature is now available in beta.
Users will soon start to see suggested actions pop up on their photos right while viewing them and these options will include brighten, share, rotate or archive an image.
The new photo creation tool plays with pops of color.
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The update should be live on the App Store starting today.
In a quick demo on stage, it appears Smart Compose is similar to the Auto Complete feature Google uses for online searches. Assistant is also coming to Google Maps navigation with a low visual profile to give you more information while you keep your hands on the steering wheel.