Google Now adds 70 new third-party apps, including Foodpanda, BookMyShow

By April 29th, 2015 AT 5:22 PM

Google Now is about to become even more useful to the users, as it is the app gives out the handy information in the form of cards and now it has added 70 more third-party apps to its platter. Among these 70 apps there are few India-centric apps too, which are directed towards fetching the important information encompassing food, travel, banking and much more.

Google Now CardsEarlier this month, Google has already extended its ‘Now’ support to Indian apps such as, Economic Times, BookMyShow, Meru Cabs, and ICICI Bank and now in the latest development, it has added more apps, such as, Gaana, Zomato, Cleatrip, Foodpanda, CricBuzz, Quickr, Kotak Mahindra bank, m-Indicator, and Commonfloor.

These latest additions will make sure that users do not miss any information and are updated with what’s going on around them. These apps will display a detailed info on Google Now and will keep users in sync with the important info from the apps, eliminating the need for users to actually open each app. Update Google Now by simply opening the Play Store and updating the app in the “My apps” section, so that you will get the latest version with card support.

Moreover, Google is also providing the Gmail markup integration, which gathers details from your Gmail and searches for the services mailed to the users. There is one more addition to the travel apps, it now supports Redbus too along with other apps that were already there, such as, Makemytrip, Yatra, Cleartrip, Goibibo, BookMyShow and Jet Airways.

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