Google Search App For Android Adds New Voice Commands, “Time To Leave,” And Olympics Google Now Cards

This is good for people with mobility challenges.

TechCrunch

Google is rolling out an update to its Google Search for Android app today, and with this, it is introducing a number of new features for Google Now as well.

Google Now already tells you to leave for work so you can arrive on time, and it will now do the same thing for your trips to the airport, event and dinner reservations. Basically, any Google Now card that used to only remind you when you needed to be somewhere (flights, calendar events with locations and times, restaurant reservations, movie and concert tickets) can now also tell you when you should leave to get there on time. You’ll be able to specify whether you’re taking public transport or driving, and how early you would like to arrive (which comes in pretty handy when you’re driving to the airport).

Time To LeaveIn addition to this, Google’s voice recognition feature now lets you make calls…

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