Google Now is an intelligent personal assistant developed by Google. It is available within the Google Search mobile application for the Android and iOS operating systems, as well as the Google Chrome web browser on personal computers.
In this article we are going to discuss about ten awesome things you could do with Google Now. So, let’s go ahead with that.
1) Get answers for just any question
2) Get reminders about things anytime, anywhere
3) Stay up to date with everything you wanted to
Google Now not only keeps you updated on things you have searched for recently, but also keeps you informed on weather warnings, breaking news, and other important things. Sometimes, it may happen that you want to remain updated about certain people or their actions in the Internet space, Google will do that for you as well.
4) Get tickets for upcoming events
If you have received an email with ticket for any upcoming event or a concert, Google Now gives you alerts in advance. Not just that you also have one-tap access to the email along with your tickets. Besides, you anyway know that it tells you as to when you should leave. Moreover, it integrates with Fandango allowing you to scan the tickets.
5) Stay alert about books, movies, and TV shows
6) Shop, online and offline
7) Check how far you have traveled
No matter whether you are walking or biking, if you have enabled Location History and Location Reporting on your phone, you will get a card from Google Now that takes your phone’s accelerometer into consideration and estimates how far you have traveled. However, you must keep it in mind that if these features are enables, it will log everywhere you go and that you may not be comfortable disclosing about each and every place you went.
8) Hassle-Free Travelling
9) Stay on top of sports and the stock market
Google Now also gives you update on how your stocks are doing or whether your favorite sports team is going up the podium, all you need to do is to enter your most-followed stocks and your favorite sports teams in the its settings. It also gives you updates on the stocks you have previously searched for as well as the ones you have tracked on Google Finance.