Byat Saturday, May 04, 2013
Google’s AI assistant, Google Now, which got released last year in June has been bundled with every Android 4.1 device since and has got a lot of praise for its ability to guess what you want and when you want it. Going to office? It’ll automatically show you directions and will also predict the time it’ll take you to get there. It’ll even alert you if there’s a match of your favorite team to be held. Just yesterday, this highly appreciated app got released on iOS and is found to be as good, if not better, than its Android counterpart. One unfortunate thing is that only users residing in the U.S get to take advantage of this but if have a jailbroken iDevice, then you can do a workaround to use Google Now without moving to the U.S and here’s how,
A new jailbreak tweak that goes by the name “GoogleNowEnabler” has just hit Cydia that makes it pretty damn easy to get Google’s assistant in just a couple of minutes. It’s all in the name as enabling Google Now really is the sole purpose of this tweak and you won’t even find an icon or this app or even settings. All you’ve got to do is install it and you’re good to enjoy the Now.
GoogleNowEnabler is available in Cydia in Cydia’s ModMyi repo free of charge. Just install it after you’ve downloaded the Google Search app from the App Store and there you have it.
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