Recently, we have reported many Google Now-related rumors. If we heard correctly, Google Now will soon help users to remember and pay for bills automatically. It serves you reminders on the basis of nearer person. This time, we come with different thing. Now, Google can help you to remember where you left your car.
If we are checking its confidence level, we can rate it eight out of ten. Two points are deducted due to its pre-release features. Still, we are little sure about this thing going to happen soon and at least being worked on. This is a simplest rumor- Google Now will note when you get out of your car and try to remember that location for later, providing you a card with Google's best guess as to where you left your vehicle, its location and time of parking.
Most probably, users will be hit the map available on the card and explore back to their care although there is a button below the map that would appear to deliver the possibility to improve Google. If we want any proof, just look at below given source images for unreleased software, for various reasons. However, we are going to replicate functionality and interfaces for communicating about feeling about things. Check out our mockup based on information:
One can also use a couple of code snippets for backing up this functionality. With this particular code, user can simply remember a string that doesn't appear in the default strings.xml file of the APK, but does appear in four of the individual language folders.
/values-en-rGB/ <string name="car_location">Where you parked</string>
/values-en-rIN/ <string name="car_location">Where you parked</string>
/values-es/ <string name="car_location">D&oacut
/values-mn-rMN/ <string name="car_location">Таны парк хийсэн газар</string>
We don’t have any clear thought about the implementation process of Google. However, it is expected that it includes activity features already built into Android. Actually, there are some applications like Auto Finder or Valet that used for recognizing activity recognition API and Android's fused location provider for automatically remembrance where you parked while running in the background. We are waiting to see what Google Now brings for us irrespective of how it works behind the scenes.
published by MobileTechForce