Google on Monday announced it is rolling out Google Now to the Chrome beta channel for Windows, Mac, and Chrome OS this week. The company says notifications will be available in English initially, with other languages supported “soon.” Google Now notifications will show up in Chrome’s notification center. To check them, click on the bell icon on your desktop (Mac and Windows) or the numbered box (Chrome OS). Cards will only be visible on your desktop computer if you use Google Now on your mobile device and if you’re signed into Chrome. The ones you see are a subset of Google Now’s mobile cards: they include weather, sports scores, commuter traffic, and event reminders. Some cards may be based on the location of your mobile device (which hopefully is near the computer you’re using) but others will work regardless.
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