Recently, a developer from XDA-Developers forums managed to get access to Google Now in any language supported by the Android Jelly Bean operating system. A member who goes by the name of Sletmo created a modified version of the Google Now application, which comes with support for any language.
All you need to do is replace the default Google Now application with the apk given at the XDA-Developers, but make sure you have a rooted device in order install the customized application. Additionally, there is a possibility that the application may not work on your handset, so try it with caution.
You should proceed at your own risk; we’ll not be liable if you end up damaging your device or losing your data. If you know the risks involved, proceed to the XDA-Developer’s link below and follow the instructions provided. Just make sure you create a backup before trying it out.
Source: XDA-Developers, Engadget
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