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Yesterday, Google announced a new logo. While that wasn’t a big deal, the company also started rolling out a new version of Google Now last night. This one is a lot different. For the better.
When you’re scanning a web page for information, a quick CTRL+F search can help you find specific words faster. The Twinword Finder for Chrome, however, takes that word scanning to the next level by also searching for related terms and only highlighting sections that are pertinent to your search.
Android: Google Now on Tap was easily the coolest feature announced at Google I/O this year. However, you still can’t use it yet. If you want to get an idea of how it works though, Microsoft has gone ahead and added the feature to its Bing app.