New Google Now card creates a digital boarding pass for you upon airport check-in
1. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 16 Jan 2013, 03:17 4 0
Wow. that's so cool
and now PassBook to play catchup
4. loyals posted on 16 Jan 2013, 05:44 1 5
already introduced by apple , passbook. android is tryin to catchup(copy otherwise) wid apple.
6. LionStone posted on 16 Jan 2013, 14:56 0 0
Huh!? When I check-in, I can receive a mobile ticket sent to me SMS, which scans at security...passbook didn't introduce jack.
7. LionStone posted on 16 Jan 2013, 15:08 2 0
Been doin that for a while, but with GNow, it's even more seamless.
8. pkiran1996 posted on 16 Jan 2013, 15:37 2 0
The whole concept of Google Now is completely different to Passbook. Passbook specifically deals with ID, coupons, and ways of paying. Google Now is made for convenience and to aggregate everything that you may need to know and have - in this a boarding pass. Stop whining because iOS is under threat.
2. wendygarett posted on 16 Jan 2013, 03:21 0 0
I love Google now but sadly most of their features are only compatible in US and Europe, I can't see my own stock price in my country :(
3. Tsoliades posted on 16 Jan 2013, 05:16 0 0
Now all Google needs is to force the carriers to let Google have the Wallet application.
5. justme posted on 16 Jan 2013, 06:12 0 1
This feature is available in most airline apps as soon as you purchase the ticket. Google Now has been very hit or miss...quite a few of the promised cards don't work (movie times, package tracking) and it sure does eat battery.
9. LionStone posted on 16 Jan 2013, 20:17 1 0
GNow works great on my DNA and Nexus 7. I recently just ordered a package and it showed fine, remember the card has to be enabled and web history on.
10. justme posted on 16 Jan 2013, 21:00 0 0
Yeah, check. Nothing. Some other cards do work fine. Lots of the same reported at XDA...just saying, overall it seems to be spotty.