Google has released its latest batch of Android smartphones that feature a new “Google Assistant” app for use with Google’s GST Calculator app.
The new GST Assistant app lets you enter and use your local GST rates, which are used to calculate the taxes you pay in the US and Canada.
The app also allows you to check your current GST account balance, calculate your total taxes for a particular month, and make payment instructions.
The calculator can also tell you how much you owe in taxes based on your current rate.
You can also add your own rate and payment instructions to the app.
Google Assistant on Android The new app has been designed specifically for use by GST calculators on Android phones.
This means it will run in the background, not just be visible in the notification bar.
Google says the new Google Assistant app will also allow you to create new GSD calculators, so you can use them to make your own calculations.
The GSD Calculator app, meanwhile, can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store and available for download from the Android App Store for iPhone and iPad.
It should work on any device running Android 4.4.2 or higher.
Google’s Google Assistant is currently available for use on Google’s Android smartphones.
The feature will become available to users of other Android devices starting this week.
For the first time, Google has added support for Apple’s Siri, too.
Google said the new Assistant app can help you “create, manage, and search for GST taxes for any country, including the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and many other countries.”
You can view a list of countries that support Google Assistant by visiting the Google App Dashboard and tapping the country name.
The Google Assistant apps can be installed on the Google Pixel phones and Pixel C phones starting this Friday, October 14.
The Pixel and Pixel XL phones have already started shipping with the Google Assistant support.