Sometime in the not-too-distant future, Google is likely to add Google Now — its cool card-based system for telling you stuff you need to know before you’ve asked for it, already available for iOS and Android — to the desktop version of its Chrome browser. In fact, it’s already done so — but only in Canary, an experimental version of the browser, and only if you know how to turn it on. Over at Gigaom, Kevin C. Tofel explains the very few necessary steps.
Chrome Is Going to Get Google Now — Here’s How to Try It This Very Moment
The Android and iOS favorite is on its way to the desktop.