Google's incredible little wonder app, Google Now, might just be headed over to iOS. An update released last October to the Google Search for iOS app updated voice recognition, but left out alerts and contextual cards of data - something exclusive to Android.
A video sent into Engadget hints at Google Now for iOS, something that would be quite interesting. Google aren't scared of releasing products for their competitor, as it is kind of like rubbing salt into an uncompetitive wound. The clip showed off a low-resolution purported promotional video for Google Now on iPhone and iPad. The video has since been pulled, but includes the same voice actress from the original Google Now announcement.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:33 am CDT
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