The last update of the Google Search app for iOS (4.0) introduces several enhancements and new features to Google Now. The application brings more of what is offered on Android.
Once you launch the application, you can use the “OK Google” phrase to launch a search on Google for iOS Now. For example, you can mention “OK Google, weather in Pune” and Google will show you the result of your application on the screen. You can ask Google “What’s the weather like?,” and “How about this weekend?” to get further weather information.
As with Android, Google Now for iOS will inform users of interesting articles on preferred topics and blog posts, which in principle should please you. In fact, Google watches your research and find articles with similar themes to your search queries.
What’s New in Version 4.0.0? Find below the complete change log-
Have a smarter conversation with Google:
- Tap the microphone or say “Ok Google” to start
- Ask questions such as “What’s the weather like?”
- Then follow up with “How about this weekend?”
At Google, we know the web well. With Google Now, we’ll tell you when there’s an interesting article for:
- Your favorite topics
- Your upcoming trips
- Your favorite authors and blogs
Smaller updates include:
- Cricket sports cards in Google Now
- Faster loading of Google Search and Google Now
- More beautiful and fluid image results
Google also added the Redial feature to Google Now for iOS. Reminders can be linked to a deadline date and time or a place. If you have installed Google Maps on your iPhone or iPad, you get access to the AutoComplete places. Reminders will sync across all your iOS and Android devices.
You can download the latest version of Google Search 4.0.0 in the App Store for free. [Direct Link]