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70 New Third-Party Apps Now On Google

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Here comes yet another news pertaining to the search engine giant Google. This time, the buzz has been created with respect to the applications provided in by the Google Now Card supported by Google. The partnered app makers have altogether brought in 70 new third-party apps.

 

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Interestingly, these 70 new apps are over and above the pre-existing 40 third-party apps with search engine giant Google that have been active along with the Google Now integration that had been officially announced 3 months back in January.

It is worth mentioning a fact that Google has partnered with Google Now Cards so as to integrate applications or apps as they are popularly know as, Circa News, Sleep as Android, Komoot, ABC News, Feedly, Eat24, Allrecipes, Runkeeper, Jawbone, Adidas, OpenTablet, Wunderlist and many more.

These aforeasaid apps can now be easily seen on the company’s google Now Integrations Page. Majorly stating, Spotify, TuneIn, and YouTube card functionality has been upgraded to suggest playlists for users via this new association.

If the users wish to access and experience the new Google Now Cards integration across the new apps, all the users will specifically need to update their Google precisely the Google Search app to the latest version. Moreover, it is required by the users to update all the apps that they wish to show up through the cards feature. After they are done with this, the users will have to wait for a few weeks time so as to see those integrations.

Aparna Chennapragada, Director of Product Management, stated the following on the company’s Inside Search blog post:

“Make sure to update to the latest version of the Google app and your other favourite apps that work with this feature – then look out for helpful Now cards from those apps on Android over the next few weeks” 

Even though it is good to see Google opening up its Google Now service to more developers to support more number of apps, the promised open Cards API will allow any developer, not just partners to make apps with Google Now integration, and prioritized for the user based on app usage patterns. Google made the announcement of the Cards API last month itself.

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