Google has already rolled out the latest version of its mobile operating system Android 4.4 KitKat but Google has some more things in its kitty for the users of Android devices.
The search engine giant is expected to bring so many changes its Android application, Google Now, which is expected to get a major facelift on November 13.
Although there is no word on the features of the revamped Google Now from any of the Google executives but a report from Wired has thrown some light on an exciting feature packed inside the updated app.
So far, Google Now’s personal assistant wasn’t able to respond to a user’s queries, but now the personal assistant will behave much like iOS’s Siri.
According to the report, Google Now personal assistant will ask you for more details if it is confused with the users command. For example if you ask it to “call Rajesh” and if you have multiple contacts with first name ‘Rajesh’ it will ask you “which Rajesh” for further clarification.
The application is also expected to come with improved locations settings so booking a table at your nearby restaurant becomes easier for you. With updates in Google Now, search application Google Search will also appear in a new look after November 13.
In next few days, Google is expected to rollout many changes in its services for Android devices and the users of these devices are already waiting for these improvements.
Google has already shown some of the changes like Google Keyboard with the release of Android 4.4 KitKat. The new and faster Google Keyboard, so far, was available for Nexus 5 users only, but now the update can be downloaded on to any device running Android 4.0 or above.
The holo blue look of the earlier Google Keyboard is replaced with a new black and grey color theme. The smilies graphics have also been improved along with the space-aware gesture typing.
You can download the new Google Keyboard from here.