Google Now get Updated with Voice Based Commands and Reminders [iOS]

Google Search application on iOS device has been upgraded with some of the great new features which Android users were already enjoying for the past few months and now the features of this application on both the platforms are same. They have added the feature of location based reminders in the application itself.


Google Now is usually used by the users when they are on the way to their offices as Google Now gives you the quickest route possible by checking the current status of traffic on the way. So, these location based reminders equipped in the same application are really helpful. Now whenever you are about to leave the house to you will never forget to leave the keys on the gate because Google Now will remind you of that.

All the iPhone 4S or above users will be able to do the ‘Googling’ (Google Search) with the help of voice commands. With the help of OK Google you will be able to set the reminders by the voice command. Example- if you want to be reminded of visiting a flower-shop whenever you meet your friend at Central Park, then just say “ Ok Google remind me to visit the flower-shop when I go to Central Park.”

iPhone users will also be seeing notifications from this application wherein it will intimate you when you will be missing out on any long awaited movie or game event or to tell you that there is a huge traffic logged on the way to your office. In other words Google Now has just gotten even smarter to help you in a better way. Please update the application to see these changes and take a look at the video which will explain you all.

By Abhinav Singh

I am an MBA student and a founder member of NXTInsight. I love to keep the track of smartphones, tablets, wearables and other similar gadgets, so that I could help my readers to make the right decision before buying a gagdet.

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