Apparently Google’s intentions with its Voice assistant called Google Now are really serious, and after the announcement that the application will come to Windows and Chrome OS, Eric Schmidt opened the game on the ground of iOS.

In this sense, the current president of Google said Thursday during a conference in India that Google Now for iPhone and iPad is essentially in Apple’s court, suggesting that the application could be trapped in the approval queue of the AppStore.

Thus, neither confirming nor denying that Google Now is queued for approval for the App Store from Apple, Eric Schmidt hinted that the version of this app for iOS could reach right now if the Cupertino would permit.

But Apple went two ways to answer this by saying that not a single application of Mountain View is currently under revision, much less trapped in the limbo.

Do you think Google Now will be welcomed by users of iOS?

Esteban Cejas

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