I’ve said it many times before, but Google Now is probably my favourite thing on any mobile platform so far. The stalker-ish service can come in pretty handy, and now it appears that it might come to desktop too, in Google’s Chrome browser.
Apparently the Google team is getting ready to merge in Google Now integration with their Chrome browser, according to code that was found by an eagle-eyed user. The code is being merged into the Chromium project to create “a skeleton for Google Now for Chrome implementation.”
Seems like there’s still a bit of work to do before it launches though, but I’m excited to see what Google does and how they implement it on a desktop. Atleast this way it’ll be accessible to folks who dont have an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (or newer) device.
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