google now update

Google has invested quite a bit in making its service more personal to users. After allowing users to find their car in the parking, the company has rolled out an update for Google Search, providing you with relevant content based on your past searches.

Based on what you’ve searched in the past, Google Now will provide information about those products, as you cross stores with those items in their inventory. It will display the current price of that item in that store as well as its availability in a card. Say, you searched for a shirt online. The next time you cross a store that sells shirts, Google Now will display the price of that shirt in that store, along with other relevant results.

Does the new feature excite you, or does make you concerned about you privacy? It’s not much different from the cookie data collected on the web. You can access the new feature by updating Google Search from the Play Store here.