Google Now Notifications Available for All Chrome Users
Article by George Norman
On 25 Mar 2014
The stable version of Google Chrome for desktops and laptops has a cool new feature to offer: Google Now cards. Sign into Chrome for desktop with the same Google account you use on your mobile and the desktop browser will display notifications – weather info, sports scores, event reminders cards, and more. Useful notifications will be displayed by Chrome at just the right time.

Google Now for Chrome on desktops and laptops started rolling out yesterday. The rollout will complete over the next few weeks. If you don't see the feature yet, you will soon.


Back in February I was telling you that the Google Now predictive digital assistant has been integrated with the Beta version of Chrome 33 for Windows, OS X, and Chromebook. But since Betas tend to be finicky, you probably didn’t rush to get Chrome 33 Beta and test the Google Now feature. If that is the case, then I have some good news for you.

Today I am glad to announce that Google Now is offered by the Stable version of Chrome 33 for desktops and laptops. All Google Chrome users can now enjoy Google Now functionality within their browsers. And as you may already know, Google Now functionality means you receive useful notifications at just the right time. Weather info, sports scores, event reminders, and other useful information is delivered to you when you need it by Google Now.

The following message was posted yesterday by the Google Chrome team on Google+:
“Starting today and rolling out over the next few weeks, Google Now notifications will be available to Chrome users on their desktop or laptop computers. To enable this feature, simply sign in to Chrome with the same Google Account you’re using for Google Now on Android or iOS.”

The message was accompanied by a link to the Help Center. The link leads to a page entitled Google Now Cards in Chrome.

Tags: Google, Google Now, Chrome, Android, iOS, Windows, OS X, Chromebook
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