Eric Schmidt has been on a roll with giving out Google secrets. The latest one has to do with Google Now being released on IOS for iPods, iPhones, and iPads. When asked if Google Now would ever arrive on IOS, Schmidt responded that he would “need to discuss that with Apple.” In this conversation, Schmidt implied that it was up to Apple to approve what Google had submitted . This is a very simular quote to the one he made about Apple approving Google Maps when Apple got rid of it for their own maps application.
Since this comment, CNET has posted that Apple has never received any submission from Google. Even Google has spoken up saying that they never submitted any Google Now app to Apple.
So if you are planning to use Now on your IOS device, you will have to wait a little bit longer.
Source | Engadget | CNET | Google
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