Google has made the Google Assistant available to smart TVs.
The search giant is offering it to consumers who buy the new Pixel and Pixel XL smart TVs, according to the company’s announcement.
The Google Assistant will be the default voice assistant for smart TVs that run Google TV, Google Home, Google Cast, or a connected smart TV.
Smart TVs will only be available in the U.S. on September 25.
The Google Assistant is available for free to consumers, but it will require an Android phone.
That means it will only work on phones running the latest version of Android.
It will also be available to other smart TV manufacturers, including Roku, Amazon, and Microsoft.
The device will only support voice commands and the device itself will not be able to read or understand your commands.
It’s unclear how much Google’s Assistant will cost consumers, or how much it will cost to run.
The company is not disclosing how much the Assistant will run for, but the Assistant is expected to cost about $200 when it’s available for purchase.
The Assistant will not launch for consumers until at least the end of 2018.