Google Now has been updated to Android 4 to support Google’s new LightSource API.
It also includes some useful tips and tricks to make using Google Now easier.
Google Now on Google+ The Google Now app on Android has been expanded with the addition of Google+ as an official Google app.
It includes all of the latest Google news, maps, and events.
It’s easy to access your contacts, and search for the latest news.
Google Now Now on YouTube Google Now also has a video search option in the search bar of the home screen.
You can search for videos from YouTube by name, title, and location.
Google has also made it easier to view videos in the browser by showing the full URL of the video in the address bar, instead of just the thumbnail.
You also can search and play videos from your home screen by tapping the video title.
Google News Google Now can now display Google News for you to read or watch.
You have access to the following Google News feeds:Top News – A summary of the top stories for the day.
Top Stories – A list of all the top trending stories for today.
Top Videos – A video list of the most popular videos from around the web.
Top Photos – A full video gallery of the best photos from around your home.
Top Places – A curated list of popular places in the world.
Google Calendar Google Now will now automatically sync your calendar with your Google account.
You’ll also be able to share your calendar in Google+ and other social networks, as well as with Google Play Music.
Themes and ExtensionsNew themes and extensions have been added to Google Now.
The first update includes a new Google Music theme.
New Google Now extension apps will be available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Google now on Apple iPhone and iPadGoogle Now has also been updated on Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch to support Android 4, as long as you have iOS 11 installed.
It adds a new Voice Over feature to your Google Now and has a new Siri Shortcuts option to easily access your voice commands.
Google on Apple iPadGoogle now supports iPhone and Apple iPad.
It has been optimized for Siri.
Google now also supports Android 4 and 4.3 on iOS 11.