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[block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "Overview" } [/block] Actions on Google lets you build apps for the Google Assistant. Your apps can help you engage users through Google Home, eligible Android phones, iPhones, and in the future, through every experience where the Google Assistant is available. [Agents](https://docs.api.ai/docs/concept-agents) you create in API.AI can be used to extend that functionality, with the Actions on Google integration. For an overview of how to use the Actions on Google integration, see [this documentation](https://developers.google.com/actions/apiai/). Further details, steps and information can be found in the additional docs in that section. To further improve the user's experience, rich messaging can be used to serve up additional content like cards, images, and lists. See our docs on [designing responses for Actions on Google](https://docs.api.ai/docs/response-design-for-actions-on-google).