How to use Google Search’s new features in iOS

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How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

Google Now for iOS isn’t quite on par with its Android counterpart, but it’s getting very close — especially after yesterday’s release of the updated Google Search app.

In case you’re unfamiliar with it, Google Now integrates with the Search app to provide you custom, personalized information, everything from local weather to sports scores to traffic reports — and now, reminders. This data appears on cards when you swipe up from the main Google-search screen.

The update adds a few noteworthy new features to the mix, most of which Android users have already been enjoying. Here’s how to make the most of the new Google Search for iOS.

Later this month, in case you're wondering.

(Credit: Screenshot by Rick Broida/CNET) Run a hands-free Web search

After you load the Google Search app, you can perform a hands-free search by saying, “OK, Google,” pausing until you hear the beep, then saying whatever you want to search for.

Unfortunately, the app must be running for this voice-powered search to work. Only the Moto X smartphone can leverage Google Search while in standby, and iPhone users will have to unlock their phones and run the app manua… [Read more]

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS


How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

 

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

 

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

 

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

 

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

How to use Google Searchs new features in iOS

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