Google begun accepting Now cards from third party app developers a couple of months ago and now we have a ongoing race with developers coming up with the cards for their own apps. Google has announced today that it will be introducing cards for 70 apps. These apps also include eight India-specific apps and services that will get their own Now cardsEarlier this year, Google had added card support for Indian apps including Meru Cabs, Economic Times, BookMyShow, and ICICI Bank. Now the list has expanded to include Foodpanda, CricBuzz, Gaana, Zomato, Cleatrip, Quickr, Commonfloor, Kotak Mahindra bank, and m-Indicator. Also Read - Paytm makes it to the latest list of Google Now cardsAlso Read - Google Now will soon remind you to pay your bills
All these apps would be able to beam a detailed notification on your Google now and will keep you updated with the latest info from the apps without the need of actually opening each of the app. If you have already installed the app head out to the Google App store and update the application by going to “My apps” so that it will support the cards. Also Read - Google Now Cards available for all Chrome users on Windows and Mac
Additionally, Google also provides Gmail markup integration, which culls information from mails that services send to users on their Gmail account. In addition to the apps that were already supported like Cleartrip, Goibibo, Makemytrip, Yatra, BookMyShow and Jet Airways, Google Now also supports Redbus.