Google Search For Android Updated With TV Cards, Google Offers And New Voice Action

    Google Now is an intelligent personal assistant developed by Google that is available within the Google Search mobile application. The search giant often says Google Now brings you the information you need before you even ask. Well, the feature for Android platform has been updated to be more smarter and more helpful, with the addition of new cards.

    Google Search For Android Updated With TV Cards And More


    TV Cards: If you have an internet-connected TV, Google Now can help unlock more information about what you're watching. Just connect your Android device to the same network that your TV is on and tap "Listen for a TV show" in Google Now. Now you have access to information, like where you've seen an actor in the cast before, or more information about the people mentioned in the show.

    Google in a blog post says "So if you were watching Nik Wallenda cross the Grand Canyon this weekend, with Google Now, you could learn that the "King of the Wire" in fact holds seven Guinness World Records, including highest bike ride on a high-wire". This feature is only for the US unfortunetly.

    Google Offers: Now you can get reminders for your saved offers when you're near the store -- right when you need it. Google Now will pull up the offer so you can use it quickly and easily.

    New voice action: Now you can play music from your phone or the Play Store.

    With the new update, the app now offers tips on voice actions.

    You can download the latest version of Google Search app for android on Google Play.

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