Google Voice Control is one of the main functions of Android Jelly Bean. This is the feature that lets you find restaurants or shops near where you are, access Google Music, record reminders that can be sent to your email address, etc. In short, fantastic Google Now and Ice Cream Sandwich users now have the opportunity to install this app, very easily on your devices via the APK file. We have already confirmed here in the office that Google Now is much better than Siri. What are you waiting for?
Google Now on your device Ice Cream Sandwich
So far, Google Now was only available exclusively for Android Jelly Bean devices, but thanks to XDA Developers (once again), that has changed. If you have a device running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and have experience flashing ROMs, you can now install Google Now on your device by following the instructions below.
In a tip from leny_kano on the XDA Developers Forums you can find the Google Now for ICS APK and ZIP files. On the other hand, you can skip this step and go straight to the SilentStormer topic where you can download Google Now and get instructions for all devices that have Android Open Source Project (AOSP) ROMs. If you are new to the Android world, go to the Gachana topic where everything is explained. This app is an unofficial version, but many users have had no problem getting it to work. If you find any errors, let us know and we will try to help.
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