Google Now is one of the most touted feature of Android 4.2 (Jellybean) for introducing something new with a difference, and now it’s to be made available on the desktop via Chrome Browser. Google is looking to seamlessly integrate the feature on both the platforms.
A user reportedly saw the code getting coded as “creating a skeleton for Google Now for Chrome implementation.” He posted on his google plus profile about the info.
On Android phones, Google Now works as a vocal personal assistant, and can be accessed via an extension of Google Search application in the Android operating system. It answers to asked questions, make recommendations, and perform actions by delegating requests to a set of web services.
We still don’t know how the implementation is going to end, or how the features will work after the product finishes. We will update you as more information on the development comes in.