Samsung opens Bixby to third-party apps and devices

Samsung will connect app developers to Bixby and hardware companies will be able to add voice assistants to their products.

After a year and a half since the release of Bixby, Samsung has already brought in a helper for phones, refrigerators and TVs, but it was all Samsung's. Today's news allows other companies to start building on their hardware as an alternative to Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant, or as an additional option for users who want to live in a Samsung ecosystem.

Consumers are more likely to accept Bixby in the future because third-party developers can build services that plug into Bixby. Although Samsung demonstrated a demonstration that Bixby provides a variety of interfaces for booking hotel accommodation, Samsung unveiled Bixby publicly that developers

Dag Kittlaus, CEO of Samsung-owned Viv Labs, It is called a toolkit. "I was ahead of the others," Kittlaus said. "

Samsung plans to launch Bixby in several new languages ​​in the next few months, including German, Italian, French, etc. We will also release localized Spanish for English and localized English for the UK.

Although the entire smart tide is still not smart, Bixby is considered a weak option, some of Samsung's latest phones are complaining about the Bixby exclusive button

] Samsung is moving fast – for example, much faster than Apple – by granting deep access to third parties – how to distribute these third-party Bixby features or how they are safe and functional It's not clear, but if it works, Bixby will have over 50,000 No. You look much more similar and Alexa have a third-party technology

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