Google Now Finally Comes to iPad and iPhone
9to5 Mac

Google has released Google Now for iOS users several months after making the service available for the Android platform. Google Now uses predictive searches to bring users pertinent information in the form of cards, such as upcoming flights, traffic, sports scores and more. The feature is available via an update to Google’s existing Search app for iOS. Compatible with both the iPhone and iPad, the update brings almost all of Google's information cards across from Android. The look and feel of the app is virtually identical on both platforms although iOS can display fewer different kinds of cards.

What Else You Need To Know

  • Google Now was first debuted at last year’s Google I/O conference, and is now baked into Google’s most recent version of Android, Jelly Bean.
  • 22 of the 29 card types available on Google Now on Android are making their way to iOS, and the few holdouts include airline boarding passes, Fandango, and local events.

Other sources

The way that you use Google services, and how much you use them, will have a lot to do with how helpful Google Now is to you. - Matthew Panzarino, The Next Web  
Apple fans, your iPhone and iPads are about to get a smarter — and, this time, you owe your thanks to Google. - Samantha Murphy, Mashable  
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