Google Now is one of the latest additions in the Android operating system. Google came out with its latest voice recognition tool soon after Apple released Siri for the iPhone 5. After the Samsung Service-Voice, Google Now is getting more and more popular on the android OS. Even though it doesn’t offer as much as iPhone’s Siri, it is still a very useful feature on Android. However, like always, the latest additions to android cannot be used by most android users and most of them end up installing alternative voice recognition apps. There are several zip files available with which you can install Google Now on different and these universal zip files only work on certain android devices. Basically, when users install the zip files and Google Now doesn’t work for them, they even lose the previous voice search feature. Developers on the XDA have released a new app with which you can get Google Now on your phone and can remove it easily to get the voice search back.
If you are tired of installing and flashing various zip files just to find out that Google Now is not working on your device if you are afraid that you’ll mess up some files while flashing, then GNow Handlebars is the perfect app to install Google Now on your device.
GNow Handlebars is the first app which can let you easily download, install and remove Google Now from your device is without flashing anything. Also, there is an option to restore your Google voice search if Google Now doesn’t work on your device.
In order to install the app, you must be rooted along with any ICS firmware or ROM. You can download the apk file here and can install it like any other app. Make sure that you create a Nandroid backup just in case.