A new update to Google Now allows consumers to easily find their parked vehicles, Gizmodo reports.
The service uses a phone’s sensors to determine when you’ve exited a moving vehicle and remember that location.
Sure the program will give you extra information you might not want, like the parking locations when you get off public transpiration systems. But, consumers always have the option to turn off the service completely when not needed.
The Google Now update comes with a few other new features, such as the ability to give contacts nicknames, a new reminder interface, and the ability to use new setting by voice control.
Google Now Can Remember Where You Parked [Gizmodo]