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Google Now has finally arrived on the desktop. Google on Monday announced Google Now is being pushed to the Chrome stable channel for Windows and Mac “starting Monday and rolling out over the next few weeks.” This means Google Now notifications will finally be available to desktop and laptop Chrome users, in addition to Android and iOS users. To turn the feature on, all you need to do is sign in to Chrome with the same Google Account you’re using for Google Now on mobile. If you use Google Now on multiple devices, you will need to manage your location settings for each device independently (change Location Reporting on Android and iOS). Cards will only be visible on your computer if you use Google Now on your mobile device and if you’re signed into Chrome.

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"Google Now Comes to Chrome Browser on Windows and Mac" by @ShellyPalmer

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