google now iphone

google now iphoneToday, heavy rumours were sparked regarding the emergence of Google Now iPhone & iOS version. A move that almost doesn’t make sense. 

As on today, Google Now, is an Android-only app that aims to provide users with “the right information, at just the right time”. The app aggregates bits of information which users may need throughout their day, all in one place. This includes things such as flight notifications, weather, traffic, reservations, packages, birthdays, transit information, stocks, movie times and more.

So far, android fans have enjoyed parading and bragging about such a unique application, which Apple users were deprived of. Until now.

google now iphone

If the leaked video is to be believed (pictured above), Google reportedly posted this promotional video to YouTube accidentally. It was quickly taken down, but not before an Engadget tipster snatched a copy of it.

The leaked video has since been pulled from YouTube and appears to feature the same voice actress as the original Google Now announcement for Android devices.

Reports suggest that Google Now will be accessible in an upcoming iOS app update simply by swiping up from the main screen. Of course, there’s always the chance that is an impressive fake or even a canceled project that’s only just being leaked today. It is also reported that Google have remained silent thus far in regards to the rumours of the possible emergence of Google Now iPhone & iOS version.

For comparison, the original Google Now launch video for Android devices is on YouTube.

What do you think of the rumours regarding a Google Now iPhone & iOS version emerging? Would it be a bad move by Google? Share your views in the comments section below!


  1. Misleading title. And you copy/pasted most of this article from Engadget. Some sentences are word for word. Come up with some original stuff.

  2. Hi No one.

    Engadget are actually provided as a source for the article itself. The bulk of the article is original content, with snippets taken from Engadget – the source. (please see the last link in the post).

    I fail to see how the title is misleading, when the title begins with the word ‘Rumour’.

    Regardless, I can assure you that Tapscape are always vigilant when it comes to original content. A rumour of this kind can only be reported on in so many ways. It’s not a subject which can be expanded upon. It’s simply a news story.

    I’m sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy the article. I hope you’ll still check out some of our other content if you have the time!

  3. Immient means something is, or will happen without a doubt. Rumor is an uncertainity. I understand it is just a short news story, but some parts are word for word. At least reword the sentence. Or come up with your own original thought on how to say something.
    And someone just posted the same story on your site, sans the copy and paste from someone elses work.

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