Google Now is the virtual assistant that’s long been accessible for Android users, but according to Engadget, the following alleged leaked promo video for the iOS version was uploaded to YouTube then subsequently pulled. How the iOS version of Google Now would work is to just simply swipe up from the main screen within the app. The video below also features the same narrator as the original Google Now announcement. Check it out below:
Should Google Now arrive on iOS for the iPhone and iPad, it would come in the form of an update to the existing Google Search app, as shown in the video.
Last October, Google updated its Search iOS app with voice search capabilities that rivals and beats Apple’s own Siri in many respects. Google has been on a roll with its iOS apps of late, pushing out popular updates to Gmail, Chrome, Google Drive, launching Google Maps and of course Google Search.