Google Now is an extremely handy feature, as it offers users with a wide range of features to play with on their Android device — it’s Siri rival.
Recently, Google introduced some more new features to Google Now. It lets users look for hotels and restaurants in your price range, and make reservations on the go.
All you have to do is fire up Google Now, and ask it for hotels or restaurants in your area within a specific price range. After searching for the relevant restaurants, and all you have to do is select it and you’re good to go. You can even filter your results based on ratings, cuisine, and check if the restaurant is open at the time you searched or not.
“It’s hard to make last-minute hotel and restaurant reservations in your price range, in the right neighborhood and with the right flair. But now, you can just ask a quick question on your phone—tap the mic on your Android and say “show me some restaurants in downtown Austin.” You’ll see your options and you can swipe to see more, or tap the button to “see all.” If you need a way to make sense of the many options, tap the new filter tool to help you narrow it down by price, ratings, cuisine, and even whether it’s open now,” says Google.
Unfortunately, the feature is only available for folks residing in the US, but it seems the new feature will make its way to other regions too. We’ll update you as soon as it happens.