Google Now Arrives For iOS, Expands “Predictive Search” To iPhone & iPad Users
Google’s “predictive search” service Google Now has finally arrived for iOS users, after being Android-only since it launched last June. Ironically, the ground-breaking service is now available to more iPhone and iPad users than Android ones, because on Android, only the minority with Android 4.1 or higher can access Google Now.
We have full coverage of the roll-out on our sister-site Search Engine Land:
- iPhone & iPad Users To Get Google Now, As It Comes To iOS: News about the launch & how Google Now is part of the Google Search App
- The Amazing “Google Now” — When Google Searches Before You Think To: A reintroduction to the service and how it works
- Potential iOS Market For Google Now Is 2.5X Larger Than Android “Now” Base: Stats on how it’s available to more iOS users than Android ones
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