Google Now gets spotlighted in new Nexus 4 commercial [video]

Google Now gets spotlighted in new Nexus 4 commercial [video]

If you watched the Grammys last night, chances are you saw LG / Google’s new commercial for the Nexus 4. The commercial had a slightly unexpected guest of honor: Google Now. The entire commercial was filled with people using Now to check schedules, train schedules, translate words, get reminders, etc., and doing it without skipping a beat.

Google is really pushing Now as the latest feature, and wants the world to know how it can accelerate Android phone past what their competitors can do with Siri. We’re glad to see the feature being shown off in all of its glory, and we think we can expect to see even more of Google pimping up Now to the masses. Be sure to check out the video below.

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