Just scroll through the page to see what’s available to read.During a game touch the Live Update or Play-by-Play link (it varies by sport) at the bottom of the card, which takes you to that league’s site for constant updates.
I also like the fact that I can set reminders to give my roommate cash for my portion of the Internet bill when I get back to my apartment.
It can give me a rough estimate of where I parked my car, which is useful because I can spend a good chunk of time searching for it if left to my own devices. A lot of what information shows up depends on what information you give Google, which will admittedly cause some people to hesitate using the services, but please read on before deciding whether or not to use the service.
Make sure to tell Google Now how you get around (driving, bike, etc.) so it can offer the right cards, like the mega-awesome parking location card.
While you’re in the preferences, you should go down the list and add in the various things for which you’re interested in seeing cards.
Which is great, but also a little bit annoying, since it's not even available on all Androids yet.
There's no official list of phones that have the Google Assistant and over time it will change, of course.At Google I/O 2017 it also announced an updated SDK that will enable any developer to add it to any tech - keep your eyes peeled for the 'Google Assistant built-in' logo.The ability to understand multiple user voices was recently added to the Google Assistant in the US, which is of appeal primarily to Google Home users.There might be a lot of junk in there that you’re just mindlessly swiping away, all the while unaware of the features you’re missing out on.It’s time to stop leaving functionality on the table—let’s get Google Now trained to show better, more relevant cards.You could also swipe to the right from your main home screen on Nexus devices to bring up the cards.