Google Now is probably one of the biggest features to be added to Android in the Jelly Bean update, and it look’s like Google may be launching it on iOS too, after a promotional video for the service was posted to YouTube.

The video was pulled shortly after, however the guys over at EnGadget managed to grab the video before they managed to do so.

Straight away you hear the narrator for the video mention “Google Now for iOS”, a narrator which seems to be the same from the original Google Now for Android introduction video that was posted last year.

At the end of the video she also mentions that you Google Now is easy to access through the Google Search app, which means that the introduction of the service will not be an individual app, but one which will be added to the current Google Search app in a future update.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think.

Source: EnGadget
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