Google’s revolutionary Google Now service is finally available on iOS. After Google chairman Eric Schmidt mistakenly claimed Google Now for iOS had been submitted to Apple for review, it was unclear when the exciting feature might finally arrive on iPhones and iPads. The wait wasn’t very long, as it turns out — Google Now is available immediately as an update to Google’s search application for iOS. Google Now is an intelligent assistant feature that automatically presents users with information based on location, search history and more, without any action required by the user. Google’s search app with Google Now is available for free in the iOS App Store, and it can be downloaded via the source link below.
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