Android has a lot of great native features and one of its best is Google Now, the voice-enabled personal assistant software that aims to give you important information before you even think to ask for it. Google Operating System reports that Google has now released a desktop version of Google Now that is integrated into Chrome Canary, the more “cutting-edge” version of its Chrome browser that is designed specifically for engineers and early adopters. For the uninitiated, Google Now uses your search history and location history to figure out what information users might need at what times, such as being able to tell users how long their typical commutes will be given current traffic conditions, and being able to figure out how long in advance users will have to leave for them to make appointments.
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"Google Now is (Slowly) Being Integrated Into Chrome Desktop" by @ShellyPalmer