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Google for iOS Adds Always-On "Ok Google" with New Search Possibilities

Google for iOS Adds Always-On "Ok Google" with New Search Possibilities Related Blogs Two Cents Vitals Skillet Gear Gizmodo Media Group Blogs Deadspin Gizmodo Jalopnik Jezebel Kotaku Lifehacker Google for iOS Adds Always-On "Ok Google" with New Search Possibilities Thorin Klosowski 8/13/15 12:30pm Filed to: downloads iOS: Google’s updated the Google app with some new features, including a handy, always-on “Ok Google” option that gives you detailed answers from the page you’re on. In the new app, you can head to any article you want, then search for contextual answers based on the article. For example, if you’re reading a page about William Shatner, you can say, “Ok Google, where was he born?” or if you’re reading about a location, you can say, “Ok Google, how far away is this place?” They also added more detailed local search results, which should make those searches go by a little quicker. Advertisement Google (Free) | iTunes App Store Gear from Kinja Deals Your Top Five Picks For Best Humidifier Your Pick For Best Travel Pillow Is the Cabeau Evolution Get Your Own Personal Coca-Cola Fridge To Put Coca-Cola In Read more! View full discussion Want Lifehacker’s email newsletter? Subscribe About Blog Need Help? Content Guide Permissions Privacy Terms of Use Advertising Jobs RSS Share Tweet