Google Now website, and it’s impressive. Chock full of animations, and a lot of detail regarding situational uses for Google’s contextual data monster. With Google Now’s presence becoming more important to Android, some new users may not be sure about what it does. The revamped website does an excellent job of explaining.
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they’re ready to let Developers use it. Of course, there are some caveats, but the upside is also pretty big.
Google Now puts an emphasis on the "now" and offers relevant and timely information about the things that matter to you, when and where you need it. With this latest update, Google Now becomes even more useful by giving users a load of new information that focuses on keeping them up-to-date with the latest news and topics.
another easter egg built in, this time taking on a SciFi classic. When you say “Beam me up, Scotty” to Google Now, you’ll be met with a terrible accent and a familiar catch phrase. Hearing “I cannot do it, Captain. I do not have the power” in an automated, Scottish brogue is — interesting.
The project, which can best be described as Siri-esque, offers a new take on contextual data. Rather than offer snarky questions for odd questions, SAMI is aimed at being a true life companion, which can track your health and keep you focussed.
Moto G is set for release this Wednesday in Brazil, but some interesting information has been finding its way out ahead of the launch. Motorola has set an announcement date, but we may have seen a clue as to when it will be widely available for order. There are also benchmark results that could tell us a lot more about how it performs, as well as some info about what version of Android it will be running on.
Google Now easter eggs just keep coming. This time, Google takes a SciFi approach to their fun and games. If you get into Google Now and ask it “When am I?”, the result may surprise you. Google Now really has this contextual info thing down.
Google Now voice commands, we’re officially left with one trigger phrase. The familiar “Ok, Google” is fine, but what if we wanted something else? One smart (or bored) Redditor tried out some new catch phrases, and one has our attention immediately.
Google Now. That’s evident by the new launcher, and the immediate access to Google Now from the home screen. Of course, if you opt out of Google Now when setting up your device, it just about vanishes from the device. You can get it back, though — and it’s pretty simple.