Google Now, the digital assistant that you use on your phone or computer, has been missing a few key features for the past two years.
Now, however, the service is finally getting them.
The missing features include location services like Google Maps, and voice recognition, which allows you to make suggestions about places you’re currently in or nearby.
Now that you know where you have been, you can start using Google Now to get directions and find your way home.
“Now when you ask for directions, it will give you an overview of your current location and provide you with the location of nearby landmarks,” Google’s VP of product marketing, Brian May, said in an interview with Business Insider.
“If you want to know where I am, for example, you’re probably on a mountain. “
So you can look up to see where you would normally see me.””
If you want to know where I am, for example, you’re probably on a mountain.
So you can look up to see where you would normally see me.”
The service has been a long time coming.
Since it was first released last year, the feature has been largely a side project for the Google co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
Now it’s finally getting some attention.
But the missing features aren’t the only problems.
Google’s assistant has had a tough go in the past.
In 2015, it was unable to distinguish between people from different countries and cities, and in 2017, it had trouble keeping up with other people who are on the same phone.
Google has said it’s working on improving the assistant, but in the meantime, its a frustrating experience for some users.
Here’s how to use Google Now.
The new features are now coming Google Now has been updated in 2018, and it now includes more voice recognition.
This will allow you to find places by name, address, phone number, or email address, and also lets you add landmarks to your map.
The only thing missing from this version is location services.
Google Now’s location services are currently available in India, the UK, Australia, Canada, and the US.
The feature is not available in New Zealand, however.