Google announced today it is adding support for Google Now integration into its cloud service, and has begun rolling out the feature to a limited number of Google Apps, including Google Play.
The integration is expected to roll out over the next few months.
Google Now is the default search option in Google’s search box and Google Now cards in the mobile apps and Chrome web browser.
It provides the Google search engine with information that it can use to find nearby restaurants, hotels, and other information.
In order to take advantage of the feature, Google Apps users must first install the Google Now app on their Android or Chrome OS device.
Apps that include Google Now support in the Android app store will automatically be automatically enabled for the Google cloud service as soon as the app is installed.
Google is adding the integration to the Google Apps app as a way to provide the Google Search Engine with a more intuitive search experience.
Users will be able to quickly search for restaurants and other Google services within Google’s cloud services and use Google Now to quickly access the information that they are looking for.
“Google Now integration is a really simple way to get started on this feature,” said Josh Hirschhorn, head of product at Google Apps.
“It’s great to have a service that’s really focused on the core Google services, but that’s also accessible to other services that are more specialized.”
Google has added support for the integration in the past and added it to the default Google search box in the Chrome OS browser, which is an open source browser with a Google app store.
It’s also added the integration for other apps on Google Play, including apps for Microsoft Windows and Android, Google’s Chrome browser, and Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud platform.
It is currently enabled in the Play Store and is expected that Google will add support for it to other Google Apps applications as well.
Google also announced today that it is now accepting Google’s official developer program, which lets developers build apps that integrate with Google Cloud Search, Google Maps, Google Voice, Google Docs, and Google Doc Stream.
Developers can submit an app that can take advantage and integrate with these services through Google’s developer portal.
Developers must also include the Google App Engine API key in their app and a short description of what the app does and does not provide.
This API key allows Google to identify apps that work well with Google’s services and also gives developers the ability to add more custom features.