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Siri certainly kicked off the trend in 2011, but I think most would agree it’s nowhere near as good as Google Now four years on.
What I really love about Google Now is that it “just works” — as you would expect an Apple product to. Once it is setup, it’s always working in the background and ready when you need it. With just one swipe from your home screen on Android, Google Now is there with an abundance of useful, timely information.
Whether you need details on an upcoming flight, travel information for your next meeting, the closest coffee shop, or just last night’s sports scores, Google Now has it all. And most of the time, you don’t even need to ask for it; it’s just there, waiting for you.
Siri can find you a coffee shop and fetch sports scores, too, of course — but only if you ask for it. And who really wants to do that in public?