Google Assistant is a personal voice assistant originally developed for devices Android and replaced by Google Now. Assistant is now available for iOS – great news for those who aren't crazy about Siri, the original voice assistant Apple.
While Assistant is readily available right now, launching it as an app is not nearly as convenient as activating Siri a long press on the Home button. As always, jailbreak comes to the rescue. It will help you to replace Siri with Google Assistant.
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With the popular tweak Activator, you can easily make Google Assistant your default voice assistant. However, Assistant cannot be compared to Siri because it is just an application that does not have access to system functions (unlike Siri).
If you want to use Google Assistant instead of Siri to iPhone, then this article is for you.
How to replace Siri with Google Assistant
Step 1: Download and install the required applications – Google Assistant from App Store and Activator from Cydia.
Step 2: Launch the Activator app from the home screen.
Step 3: Select the 'Everywhere' option.
Step 4: Under the Home button section, select Long Press.
Step 5: Scroll down the list of custom apps and select Assistant. Click on the button next to the letter i and select 'Open Now'.
Step 6: Go back up to the 'Everywhere' screen and now open 'Short hold'. Scroll down and delete all system actions in the appropriate section.
Step 7: Run the stock application 'Settings' and press 'Siri'. Deactivate the toggle switch to completely stop operation Siri.
Done! Now, when you press the Home button, instead of Siri, the voice assistant Google Assistant will start.