Amidst all the excitement of the Android M preview and other announcements at Google I/O 2015, one of the biggest game-changers still only exists as a pilot project. But when Google Now on Tap comes full circle, you can bet it's going to completely change the way we think about Search, Google Now and Android itself.
Aparna Chennapragada, Director of Google Now, took the stage during the Google I/O keynote to give some updates on everybody's favorite digital assistant. She mentioned how much more accurate Google Now's voice recognition is, dropping from an error rate of 23 percent to just eight percent in the last year. Chenapragada's presentation focused around three key areas for Google Now: context, answers, actions.