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Google: seventy new third-party apps for Now
A total of seventy Android Applications published for Google Search and Information System Now. That made the technology giant said Tuesday. The applications are displayed in separate windows Now, so-called cards.
Now the assistant displays information that is partly relevant to the time and location of the user. The weather can be as shown, but also concert or departure times of public transport.
According to Google there are now applications added for recommending stations and playlists from Spotify, TuneIn and YouTube. Also support apps from news app Circa, RSS reader Feedly and receptenapp Allrecipes henceforth the latest feature. The US tech giant reports that more apps will follow soon.
Google announced in January that the developers would henceforth give space to display their content in Android Applications Now. Over thirty companies including Shazam and Ebay did so immediately. Google Now is also available for iOS and Chrome for the desktop, but for now, only developers of third-party apps for Android use the functionality.Viewing:-167
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