Google’s prognostic digital assistant, Google Now, is ‘now’ offered to all the Chrome users. This means the same Google Now cards that adorn your smartphone—commute traffic, weather, sports scores and event reminders—will now be there on your Chrome desktop as well. While checking your emails at the end of the day, you may now get an alert suggesting that you better leave work a couple of minutes early to beat the traffic on your way to dinner.
Google first made the feature available in Feb to Chrome beta users, however now it’s accessible to everyone. To enable Google Now on your desktop, all you have to try and do is sign into Chrome with the same Google account you are using on your smartphone.
If you do not see the alerts quickly, do not worry— they are coming. Google said it started rolling out the feature today, and expects to succeed in everybody over the next few weeks.