To talk about Google Discover , we have to go back to 2012 when Google launched the first version of this concept, Google Now . This feature was part of the Google Search app , which was initially available for Android and then made available for iOS devices in 2013. Ultimately, the goal of Google Now was to provide end users (like you) with relevant information – such as sports news, entertainment news, etc. That - with a voice assistant and a series of swipe-able cards. No search required.
For example, you check your Gmail and Google Calendar for important events and also use your search history to discover what you're interested in. The service also takes your location into account to calculate driving times and suggest local events. Other Google services , such as YouTube, also play a role .
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