Google Now remains to be one of the premier services open to Android users in terms of locating places, keeping notes and finding stuff, Now it seems like more new improvements are waiting to be made to the service with more new synchronization features rumored to be on the cards.
If rumors are to be believed, Android Police has heard from one of its sources that Google's working on adding a certain mode to its Now service that allows Google Now to detect events in conversations that are even beyond the ones you have in Gmail and later add them to the user's calender. As of now, Google already detects texts from mails you receive with a date and time mentioned alongside it, and asks you whether to add the event directly to your Google Calendar.
The new reports also notes that there are already some text strings in place in the Google Search app which seem like they will support the concept.
"Google Now will detect events in your other Google apps (Gmail and likely Hangouts), and then ask if you'd like those events added to your calendar with a card in the Now lineup," the Android Police report states.
"From the information available to us, it seems that the interface for this will be very easy and transparent, giving users an explanation regarding where the inferred event came from, and options for manually editing the entry prior to calendar entry."
"So if your correspondence mentions a time and place, Google will pick that up but allow you to change the details before submitting," the report adds.
Now it remains to be seen whether the changes are actually made to the service or if the new report will eventually fade away as a rumor. Only time will tell.