Google Now ‘talks’ its way onto iOS

Uncategorized | Wednesday April 24 2013 7:13 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , ,

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

Google Now arrives today as an app on Apple 's iPhone and iPad.

(Credit: Google)

Google’s predictive search and voice recognition tool sauntered over to Apple ‘s iOS as an app on Monday.

Having debuted at last year’s Google I/O conference, Google Now for iOS brings the same robust search features and visual style, called cards, to iPhones and iPads. Tamar Yehoshua, Google Now’s product manager, said that Google Now will compete well against Apple ‘s personal assistant Siri because of its accuracy.

“We think we’ve built a great experience,” she said during a conversation at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View last week. “We’re giving you an answer before you’ve even asked,” she explained. Google is “able to predict knowledge that you want before you know you want it.”

Related stories:Google Now could be Google’s new home pageGoogle Now update adds real-time package trackingSherpa treks into view as new answer to Google Now on iOS… [Read more]

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

 

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

 

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

 

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

 

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

Google Now talks its way onto iOS

No Comments »

No comments yet.

RSS feed.

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.