Google Search app for Android gets updated with bill reminder feature

By October 9th, 2014 AT 7:32 PM

Google is constantly working on Google Now and it has just updated its Search application for Android. The new Bill Reminder feature in Google Now will alert the user with the bill amount and its due date. To make use of the functionality, a user just needs to tap the mic in the Google Search application and give a voice command of “show me my bills” or “bills this week”, though this feature only works with bills which are received to the user’s Gmail account.

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The flight price monitor feature made its way to the Search app last week and this new functionality just adds to the level of customisation and personalisation that Google has in store for its users.

“When you can’t remember whether you’ve paid your bills—or you simply can’t remember how much money you need to pay—you can now just ask Google,” is what Google says about it. Google Now is easily one of the better things to have on your Android device and the list of reasons why it’s so important just keeps on increasing.

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Still not showing my bills ????

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