Update to Google Now for iOS adds new cards, notifications and more

Update to Google Now for iOS adds new cards, notifications and more
Google Search for iOS has received an update. One of the new features allows iPhone users to commence a search using the app by uttering "OK Google." There's an interesting scene for you to consider. Someone is walking on the street, iPhone in hand, saying, "OK Google." That person might end up being Baker Act'd (Google it) by a concerned bystander.

Other changes include a series of new cards for Google Now including flight updates, event tickets, reservations for a rental car, and information about public transit. Notifications and Reminders have been added to the app, which now has a revamped homepage and improvements to the UI. And if you're rocking some other Google app on your iPhone, you can take advantage of the one touch sign in.

Google Now is a useful tool that gives you information you want to know, when you need to know it. Traffic information, stock prices, sports scores and all of the information you receive from Google Now appears on the screen without you having to ask for it. Along with the search function on the app, information is always close at hand.


source: GoogleSearch

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