Android users should be pretty familiar with Google Now and how much better the Android experience has become after its launch. But it looks like Google may be planning to expand its Google Now feature to beyond Android, according to some newly discovered code.

Some very interesting code within one of Google’s pages has hinted at the possibility of Google Now making its way to standard web search interfaces. The code suggests users to “get started with Google Now” as its use could provide “just the right information at just the right time.” Google Now for web would also allow users to change between their home and work locations in order to provide relevant information, like weather, traffic conditions and places of interest.

An inclusion of Google Now to Google’s homepage would certainly make an already extremely popular experience even more popular as the location-specific features could help Google continue to stand out against its competition. We have a feeling if Google is planning to make Google Now available on the web, that it would most likely reveal it at its upcoming Google I/O.

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