Google Now is all about getting the right information at just the right time. It is the finest way to make your smartphone smarter. And after garnering accolades on Android-based devices, Google has recently launched their information providing app for iPhone and iPad, however with a few minor tweaks.
For those not familiar, Google Now is one-of-a-kind app that provides information you need to manage your day. For instance, if you have an important meeting, the app can tell when you should leave and the directions for your location. It can give weather information early in the morning, so that you can dress up accordingly. Also, the app can remind you to leave for the airport and give traffic alerts so you don’t miss your flight.
Primarily, according to your requirements, the app can provide quick information about all your activities on little cards or in notifications. The more access you give to your app, the more information it can provide. And the information you receive is extremely simple to read and easy to dismiss.
Google Now for iOS and Google Now for Android
To start using the app, all you need to do is download the app and log in to your Google account. That’s it; you are all set to give access to the app to provide you information. However, as compared to the Android of version of Google Now, there are several features and functionalities that are not available in the iOS version. The app for iPhone and iPad can’t manage your boarding passes, concerts, research topics, nearby events, and a few other things. In the Android device, the app currently runs constantly in the background and is just a tap away. But in iOS, it isn’t the same.