According to the guys over at Android Police their usual APK teardown has revealed a new feature to them that may soon be part of Google Now. They got ahold of the Google Search 3.3 APK and some strings in the new app are looking like they are part of a new Google Now feature that will ask the user to create a new Google Calendar event based off of information in other Google apps.
For instance, imagine if you are having a conversation with a friend in Hangouts and you make plans to meet at a local café at a certain time, next time you open Google Now it will suggest to make a calendar event based on the conversation you had with your friend. This would be a great feature but I can see this freaking out a lot of people who will say that Google knows too much about them.
It’s important to remember that this feature is not set in stone and that it could get pulled from the Google Search app before it gets updated or we could just be completely wrong about the feature. Needless to say Android Police says that there is a 9/10 chance that this feature will come to fruition in version 3.3 of the Google Search app on Android. Would you like to see this feature or do you think Google is going to far with this one? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.
Source | Android Police
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