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Chrome to add Google Now services

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Dec 2012 16:53

Chrome to add Google Now services According to Google, the popular Android service "Google Now" is now being built into the Chrome browser.
The technology, which was released with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, uses your browsing, email, location and contacts to bring "card"-based notifications relating to weather reports, birthday alerts, nearby restaurant reviews, scores from your favorite sports teams, calender reminders, and traffic updates for your route home.

As of yesterday, Google programmers have added a "skeleton for Google Now for Chrome" to the Google browser, an early but important step in the ongoing project.

Google continues to integrate all their platforms, no matter what operating system you use.

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