Google has made a small change to multi-city weather cards in Google Now, so they now display the day’s highs and lows, alongside the current temperature.
If you can’t wait to use voice commands from anywhere in the phone, there’s a relatively simple way to activate it manually, courtesy of Adam Lawrence.
Bugs found in late testing prompted the Search team to delay multi-language support in Google Now for later this summer.
Google Now will soon be able to understand up to seven languages and switch between them as needed, without the user’s input. Users will first need to select the secondary languages from the settings, but after that, switching between languages will happen seamlessly.
Google is continuing its quest to turn Now into a truly helpful virtual assistant, with the latest update bringing the ability to offer event suggestions based on the content of your emails.
Looking to stay on top of what’s going this World Cup? Google has added several changes to Google Now that makes it easy to follow your favorite teams. Additionally, you can even add a World Cup calendar to your Google Calendar.
Google Now already learns your daily routes, so wouldn’t it be helpful if the service could give you a gentle nudge when your usual stop is next?
The football World Cup is starting in just a week, and Google wants to help you stay on top of all the games with some helpful Google Now cards.
In version 2.1 of the beta release of Action Launcher, Chris Lacy (also known for Link Bubble and Tweet Lanes) added support for “Ok, Google” voice activation, and several other features.
A new server-side update now makes it possible to set Google Now reminders using nothing but your voice, no need to click anything to set it.