How to Use Google Now?

If you learn about Google Now and you can get latest information about News, Movies, Sports scores, traffic information and weather, and so on. Let us describe some common uses of Google are described below:

Keep Your Commute Simple

You can save the time and make it lot of works such as events, seeing movies, doing work, and many more. If you enter your work address in its settings, it’ll always let you know how long it’ll take to get there, so you don’t get unexpectedly caught in traffic.

Keep an eye on Sports and Stocks

You probably already know about this one, since it’s been there since the beginning. By entering your favorite sports teams and most-followed stocks in Now’s settings, you can get an update on how your team is winning, how your stocks are plummeting, or vice versa. It’ll also track stocks you have searched for and ones you’re tracking on Google Finance.

Go Shopping online and In store

You probably already know that Google Now will provide tracking information for packages you’ve ordered online. But it also helps you shop in the real world, too. If you walk into a mall, it’ll tell you what stores are available, and if you’ve researched a product recently, it’ll even store that carries it. Talk about handy!

Access Tickets for Upcoming Moments

If you have a concert or other event coming up—and you were emailed the ticket—Google Now will remind you of the event, tell you when to leave, and give you one-tap access to the email with your tickets. It also integrates with Fandango so you can scan the tickets right from Google Now.

Get Remainders Anytime, Anywhere

As if all the above weren’t enough, you can tell Google Now to remind you of just about anything, right when you need it the most. Bring up Google Now and tell it to remind you of something at a certain time, or when you reach a certain location. For example, you could have it “Remind me to call Mom in an hour” or “Remind me to take out the trash when I get home.” If you have events in Google Calendar, it’ll remind you when they’re happening and, if they have a location, when you should leave to get there on time. It’ll even remind you when you have bills you need to pay.

The Setup

You won’t get great results unless you set Google Now up with all the information it needs. This will involve some trust on your part. For heavy users of Google services it won’t be an issue, but anyone with privacy concerns is liable to think twice. Google Now is built into Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and above, and you can also now get it as a free iOS app (its part of the Google Search app).