Google Now can be a bit of a mess when it comes to what you get with the app, but now it’s got a fix.
Google is making it easier to change the order in which you get to things by tapping on the space bar and tapping on your device name.
This is to make sure you always get the correct information when you’re asking a question.
Now, you’ll see a new section on your screen with an icon for tapping on it.
To go from “All of the information you want” to “Just the information I need”, you simply tap on the icon.
You can also swipe right to go back to the previous order.
This is just the latest in a series of Google’s improvements to the Now app that have been rolling out across the platform.
Google Now has long been an important part of your Google experience, but there have been a number of issues with its interface over the years.
This has been a problem since the company’s Android 4.4 update, and the latest updates to Google Now include a revamped interface that looks a lot cleaner.
It’s also a great way to get more timely information about events or reminders.
For a while, it seemed like Google would fix these problems by making the Now interface look better with a few tweaks, but the company has been hesitant to make changes like this until they’re ready.
In other words, you might not notice any difference between the current version of the Now screen and the updated version until the new version is launched.
Now will be rolling out with the same interface as the current update, so it will take some time to make this change permanent.