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Anyone who browses with Chrome will soon be able to use one of Android’s best features


Google has been experimenting with putting its voice-enabled Google Now personal assistant onto desktop versions of Chrome for the past couple of months and now it looks like the company is finally ready to roll it out to everyone. Google announced on Monday that ”starting today and rolling out over the next few weeks, Google Now notifications will be available to Chrome users on their desktop or laptop computers.” To get Google Now on your browser, Google says that you just have to sign into the same Google account that you use for Google Now on iOS and Android. As you can see from the screenshot posted above, having Google Now on your Chrome desktop browser will create a small sidebar in Chrome

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